Audio Impressions Debuts DVZ Realtime Orchestrator

Calabasas, CA (July 7, 2006)--Audio Impressions has debuted its 70-Piece String Orchestra-London, the first commercially available library to license DVZ Realtime Orchestrator technology, which was conceived by composer, Chris Stone. Stone's patent-pending, real-time process automatically divides chords into correct instrument sections no matter where notes are played on the keyboard.
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Calabasas, CA (July 7, 2006)--Audio Impressions has debuted its 70-Piece String Orchestra-London, the first commercially available library to license DVZ Realtime Orchestrator technology, which was conceived by composer, Chris Stone. Stone's patent-pending, real-time process automatically divides chords into correct instrument sections no matter where notes are played on the keyboard.

In string sections, for instance, the top voice goes to the first violins, the second voice down goes to the second violins, the third voice goes to the violas, the fourth voice to the celli, and finally, the bottom voice goes to the basses--as long as these sections are selected to play.

DVZ Realtime Orchestrator reportedly cures the unrealistic volume build-up (organ effect) generated by playing string chords with conventional libraries. Each instrument is recorded discretely, which gives DVZ Realtime Orchestrator its power to maintain the correct orchestral balance in the way real musicians perform together.

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