Access Virus

The Access Virus is a virtual analog synthesizer made by the German company Access Music GmbH.[1] It was first produced in 1997 and has since been upgraded frequently, with the company releasing new models about every two years. Early models include the Virus A, Virus B, and Virus C series, each available in various hardware configurations. In November 2005, the Virus TI series was released, including the 61-key Virus TI Keyboard and the 37-key Virus TI Polar. A small desktop model was released in February 2008 called the Virus TI Snow. A revision of the TI series called TI2 came out in March 2009, featuring faster digital signal processing (DSP) controllers, additional polyphony, more effects in the effect section and a slightly changed design. The Virus series also has come out with two software plugin versions: TDM for Pro Tools and VST for TC Electronic Powercore series. The term Access Virus can be used to refer to any one of these synthesizers.

Virus A series
Virus A
Virus B series
Virus B
Virus KB
Virus Rack
Virus Indigo
Virus C series
Virus C
Virus Indigo2 Redback
Virus TI / TI2 series
Virus TI Polar
Virus TI Snow
Virus TI 2 Desktop

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