Heavyocity

Heavyocity Novo: Modern Strings Review

Bridging the gap between traditional cinematic, orchestral strings and something otherworldly, Novo boasts plenty to get excited about. Dave Gale gets modern with this...

Heavyocity Punish Review

Heavyocity’s new multi-effects plug-in aims to cause some damage to your effects chain with its new four-in-one beast, Heavyocity Punish. Bill Francis gets his...

Heavyocity Aeon Now Available For Reason

One of our favourite pieces of software, Heavyocity's Aeon, is now available for Propellerhead's Reason. Read on to find out more... Official Info AEON Synth delivers...

Heavyocity Release GP01: Natural Forces

Heavyocity have released GP01: Natural Forces, the first in a brand new line of GRAVITY Pack instruments. Natural Forces contains a range of uniquely...

Heavyocity Gravity Review

Libraries for soundtrack composers are at something of a peak in popularity. Andy Jones loads up Heavyocity’s latest, which uses vast swathes of hands-on...

Heavyocity Release Gravity: Modern Scoring Tools

Heavyocity has today announced the release of Gravity: Modern Scoring Tools. This incredible cinematic virtual instrument has been developed by a roster of industry...

Six Of The Best: Instrument Libraries – Heavyocity AEON

Heavyocity AEON This comprises two collections: Rhythmic and Melodic. And, while this is one of the older collections here, it’s still a great all-rounder. In his...

Heavyocity DM-307 Review

Following Damage and the AEON series, can the DM-307 live up to Heavyocity’s high production standards? Mark Cousins finds out. Details Price $299 Contact via website Web - www.heavyocity.com Minimum System...

Heavyocity Aeon Collection Review

With moody cinematic libraries in abundance, Liam O’Mullane tests Heavyocity’s latest release, listening for something unique in this AEON review Details Price $399 Contact info@heavyocity.com Web www.heavyocity.com Amazon.co.uk Widgets ...
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