Released in 2002, Access’ Virus C line was designed to replace their B series models. The Virus C is a synth stocked with all the bells and whistles a synth-loving musician could ever want: 32 polyphonic voices, three oscillators, sub oscillator capabilities, a pair of multi-mode filters, three LFOs, two ADSTR envelopes, 16 arpeggios, a 32-band vocoder, five FM synthesis modes, and 16-part multitimbrality. The Virus C delivers 98 effects and physical dials that allow for sound customization on-the-go, a big plus for musicians who demand immediate synth-shaping capabilities on stage or in recording settings. The Virus C’s 3-band EQ feature allows for even more sound-sculpting, and the unit even includes an Undo/Redo function for when sounds venture too far off the beaten path.
Used by major artists like Nine Inch Nails, the Virus C’s sleek wood paneling is designed to look stellar on small stages and arena screens alike. In addition to the sizable capabilities the Virus C delivers, its 6 source and 9 destination slots give musicians a phenomenal tool to create, perform, and record with.
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