|The Virus b was introduced in late 1999. Since then, Access released countless software updates with feature addition such as the 3rd main oscillator, phaser, reverb and analog boost.|
The Virus b series was nominated by Future Music readers as the best hardware synth in 2000. Furthermore the German Keys magazine voted the Virus b series as best hardware synth in 2000 and 2001!
The Virus b was discontinued in spring 2002 when we released the Virus c series.
(original text: www.access-music.de)
|Oszcillátor|| 4 oscillators per voice. 3 main plus one sub (when all oscillators are in use, polyphony may decrease, but not by more than 6 voices.) Sawtooth, variable pulse, sine, triangle + 62 additional spectral waves. FM (Frequency modulation) for the Oscillators |
|LFO|| 3 LFOs (68 LFO shapes)|
|VCA||2 ADSTR envelopes (T=Time)|
|Memória||024 programs (256 User / 768 ROM / 128 Multi)|
|Effekt||82 simultaneous DSP effects like: Reverb (w. pre-delay sync to MIDI-clock). Retro Phaser, 6-stage stereo phaser with 24 filter-poles. Multiple independent distortion/saturation/Lo-fi FX per voice, including multiple distortion/shaper characteristics and variable gain. Chorus/Flanger with rate sync to midi tempo. Simple or "Groove" Delay (preset polyrhythmic patterns). 32-band advanced vocoder. Ring Modulator. Analog Boost for true vintage tonal characteristics.|
|Gombok||32 knobs, 62 LEDs|
|Méretek||470mm x 185mm x 75mm|
|Audio kimenetek||6 individual high quality outputs|
|Audio bemenetek||2 audio inputs to process your signals through synth filters, envelopes, FX, vocoder, FM, ring modulator, and more.|
|Szintézis||Digital Virtual Analog|
|Szűrő||2 fully independent filters each user selectable as lowpass, highpass, bandpass or bandreject. 4 filter routings in serial/parallel configurations. Up to 6 poles (36 dB) per voice|
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