Awards

ManyBass - Computer Music Magazine - CM120 - Dec '07
Score: 9 out of 10.
Quote:
"Very playable thanks to careful multisampling."
"With sounds that play and mix well, ManyBass is an instrument that deserves a big future. Bassists should fear for their livelihood."

ManyGuitar - Computer Music Magazine - CM97 - Mar '06
Score: 9 out of 10.
Quote:
"ManyTone have a talent for producing good, usable sounds that sit nicely in an arrangement."
"Solid synth technology, good samples and a low price make ManyGuitar an excellent buy."

ManyStation - Computer Music Magazine - CM87 - June '05
Score: 9 out of 10.
Quote:
"ManyStation is beautifully polished in terms of look, performance and sound. It really does offer plenty of bang for your buck."

Testimonials

"You know the great thing about these instruments, besides the fact that they sound good, is that you can really play them and they tuck in a track very well. These instruments are a lot of bang for the buck and I find myself using them more and more."

George Duke
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In 1990, George Duke was named "R&B Keyboardist Of The Year" by Keyboard Magazine for the second consecutive year. Other honors include Grammy nominations for his production of "We Are The World" by the Children Of The World; "Sweet Baby" by the Clarke/Duke project; "Let's Hear It For The Boy" by Deniece Williams; "Stay With Me Tonight" and "On The Wings Of Love" by Jeffrey Osborne; and "Fumilayo" by Dianne Reeves. Tutu, by Miles Davis with selections produced by George Duke, won a Grammy in 1986. Both Miles Davis Amandla (selections produced by Duke) and Al Jarreau's Heart's Horizon (produced entirely by Duke) received Grammy nominations in 1990.

George Duke has performed and recorded with artists such as Cannonball Adderley, Nat Adderley, Airto, Herb Ellis, Ray Brown, Stanley Clarke, Billy Cobham, Pete Escovedo, Earth Wind & Fire, Larry Graham, Joe Henderson, Michael Jackson, Al Jarreau, Quincy Jones, Jean-Luc Ponty, Flora Purim, Sonny Rollins, John Scofield, Cal Tjader, and Frank Zappa.


"I've been using ManyBass for about a year now, and it has become my first choice for bass. It sounds great, and it's easy to use! Because I'm so happy with ManyBass, Iíve been trying out the other instruments too. I was immediately impressed by the fantastic sound of the acoustic guitars. The upright and fretless basses are also welcome additions to any library. With all of these instruments, the presets have some great sounds, or you can skip the presets and use your own processing. Great sounds, flexibility, and a great price. Getting these instruments is a no-brainer!"

Billy Martin
http://www.billymartinmusic.com

Billy Martin composes for new media with a range of projects for companies including Ubisoft, Disney Interactive, EA, and Sony Online. His recent scores include Toy Story Mania, Petz Sports, Chicken Little, and EA Skate (additional music). A five-time G.A.N.G Award nominee, the Game Audio Network Guild presented Billy with a 2002 G.A.N.G Award "Best Edutainment/Children Audio" for his score to the PC game Disney/Pixar Learning 2nd & 3rd Grade w/Buzz Lightyear. For television, he wrote the theme for the long-running celebrity interview show Entertainers featuring Byron Allen. As a songwriter, he has contributed songs to feature films including Spiderman 2 and Selena while television series from Desperate Housewives to Sex and the City have also featured his lyrics and music. Billy serves on the board of directors for the Society of Composers and Lyricists


"For some weeks now, I've been using the Manytone products and I can say that I'm really happy with them! The samples are of superb quality and all the presets are highly playable indeed! I tried the ManyBass demo on my pc, and then purchased the full version as I desperately needed a solid bass-sound to finish a backing tape I was working on at that time. I replaced my old bass library and also bought ManyGuitar, ManyOne and ManyStation. All the sounds sit perfectly in the mix and they are really a welcome addition to my VST collection!

Just hear for yourself, you won't regret it."

Rene Kaaij
Seafront Music
www.myspace.com/kaaijmusic

Rene Kaaij is a blind musician/producer from the Netherlands. He uses our products with a braille reader and with text to speech software. He has recently released his first album "Run Up The Sails".