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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Aug-18 > ZERO G ‘Ethera EVI’ Virtual Synth £79.96 DOWNLOAD ONLY

ZERO G ‘Ethera EVI’ Virtual Synth £79.96 DOWNLOAD ONLY

The latest addition to the Ethera range brings us cinematic vocals and a whole lot more. Dave Gale gets ethereal with the new EVI.

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Zero G have an impressive track record when it comes to raw sampled content, with no range more impressive than the Ethera product line, which extensively brings the user a vast sonic palette which is ripe for soundtrack work and beyond, tidily packaged into a Kontakt-based format. The latest area to get the Ethera makeover is the EVI (Electro Virtual Instrument) offering a wealth of solo female vocal content, stacked with FX and a synth engine to boot!


Broadly speaking, Ethera EVI offers two main sections; Vocal and Synth, with the Vocal section offering by far the most considerable amount of content, while being divided into three main areas.

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In response to the ever-growing world of sound design, we highlight many of the best tools of the trade to equip you to experiment yourself, step-by-step guides to various processes, plus interviews with those whose careers have been built in the world of professional sound design. Elsewhere, we speak to former Stereophonics drummer Javier Weyler, whose company Breaking Waves facilitate the sonic needs of filmmakers in innovative, creative ways. We also talk to mix engineer Giles Barrett about his boat-based studio and head inside Nottingham's newly-opened Mount Street Studios. Along with our usual range of in-depth reviews we see our tutorial section expand once more as we welcome a brand new Reason series. We hope you enjoy the issue!