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GForce Virtual String Machine Sale!

£99.99 £33.33

VSM - The world's greatest vintage string ensembles wrapped into an intuitive synthesizer user interface

The Virtual String Machine v3 (VSM) is an intuitive yet highly powerful string machine synthesizer and contains a wealth of sounds from a small mountain of classic and rare string machines.

VSM comes with 1000+ patches yet enables you to craft your own unique strings from the 208 individual sets of meticulously sampled machines helping confirm VSM as the go-to instrument for this wonderful family of instruments.

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46 String Machines in 1 intuitive instrument

The VSM is an intuitive but highly powerful Virtual String Machine which affords the user many of the sounds from this genre of instrument, and contains a wealth of sounds from a small mountain of classic and rare string machines. These range from the first commercial string ensembles (Eminent® 310 & Freeman® String Symphonizer) through to the highly lauded Solina®, Elka® Rhapsody, Logan® String Melody, Korg® PE2000 and many more.

 

Full VSM Instrument List

  • ARP Omni
  • ARP Quartet
  • ARP Quadra Stereo
  • Clef
  • Crumar Multiman
  • Crumar Trilogy
  • Elektronika
  • Elka Rhapsody
  • Eminent 310
  • Farfisa
  • Firstman
  • Freeman String Symphonizer
  • Godwin
  • Hohner K4
  • Jen SX2007
  • Junost 21
  • Korg Lambda
  • Korg PE-2000
  • Logan String Melody
  • Logan String Melody II
  • Mellotron MkII
  • Moog Opus 3
  • Moog Polymoog
  • Oberheim OB-8
  • Oberheim OB-8 Stereo
  • Oberheim OB-12 Stereo
  • Oberheim Xpander
  • Orchestron
  • Philicorda
  • Sequential Prelude
  • Solina
  • Solina Stereo
  • Streicher Stereo
  • Technics KN200
  • Teisco
  • Roland Juno 106 Stereo
  • Roland JP-6 Stereo
  • Roland JP-8000 Stereo
  • Roland RS-202
  • Roland RS-505 Stereo
  • Roland VP-330
  • Roland VP-330 Stereo
  • Yamaha CE-25
  • Yamaha CS-60
  • Yamaha CS-60 Stereo
  • Yamaha CS-80 Stereo
  • Yamaha GX-1
  • Yamaha SK-15
  • Yamaha SS-30
  • Yamaha SY-2
  • Yamaha SY-2 Stereo

Essential String Machine

  • Jean Michel Jarre: Oxygene (Eminent 310), Equinoxe (Elka Rhapsody)
  • Duran Duran: Rio (Crumar)
  • John Foxx: Metamatic (Elka Rhapsody)
  • Beck: Midnight Vultures (Opus 3)
  • Morrisey: You are the Quarry (Opus 3)
  • Jeff Wayne: War Of The Worlds (Freeman String Symphonizer)
  • David Bowie: Low (Solina)
  • Roy Ayers: Everybody Loves the Sunshine (Solina)
  • Herbie Hancock: Chameleon (Solina)
  • Steve Hackett: Spectral Mornings (Logan String Melody), Voyage of the Acolyte (Elka Rhapsody)
  • Genesis: Lamb Lies Down on Broadway album (Elka Rhapsody layered with Mellotron®)
  • Air: Moon Safari album (Solina)
  • Ultravox: Vienna (Elka Rhapsody & Yamaha SS-30), Artificial Life – (Elka Rhapsody)
  • Lonnie Liston Smith: Expansions (Solina)
  • Gary Wright: Dreamweaver (Solina)
  • Goldfrapp: Number One (Roland RS505)
  • Vangelis: Heaven & Hell (Elka Rhapsody)
  • Joy Division: Love Will Tear Us Apart (ARP Omni)
  • New Order: Blue Monday (ARP Omni)
  • The Cure: In Between Days (Solina)
  • Pink Floyd: Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Solina)
  • Kraftwerk: Trans Europe Express (ARP Omni)

 

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Thinking of getting this. Grown to about 10GB, I believe all extensions are included now. Already have RE-Strings for Reason but this is another cookie entirely. 

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Love the VSM.

Use it far too much.

The 'Essential String Machine' list is virtually my record collection!

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How does this compare to Arturia's Solina and Mellotron?

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7 hours ago, Fleer said:

Thinking of getting this. Grown to about 10GB, I believe all extensions are included now. Already have RE-Strings for Reason but this is another cookie entirely. 

Okay I have to ask. What type of cookie are you talking about? 

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1 hour ago, abacab said:

How does this compare to Arturia's Solina and Mellotron?

Same question...

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GForce is incredibly dedicated to detail and you can get the original tapes (for M-Tron Pro) like the pretty amazingly sounding Streetly expansions. Quite something. As for VSM, they include all former expansions at the current (crazy) price of £33 until the end of April. 

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Takes a while to download it all but that is quite the collection for just forty quid. I had a few vintage string sounds (Toontrack String Machine and Mellotoon) but yep this is definitely worth it imho.

Thanks for the heads up

Andy

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23 hours ago, abacab said:

How does this compare to Arturia's Solina and Mellotron?

Or the Sonic Couture versions in The Attic 2?

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