SONiVOX OEM Customers
SONiVOX has a market-proven presence, with integration into hundreds of millions of consumer devices worldwide, including such top-tier companies as Google, Motorola, Analog Devices, Pantech, and others. Smaller companies also enjoy SONiVOX professional products and services. A partial list of our past and present business clients include the following:
Google Android Platform
The sole MIDI audio solution in the Google Open Handset Alliance (OHA) and Android Platform, SONiVOX's audioINSIDE mobile music technology provides high quality MIDI audio capabilities to Android mobile handset and application developers.
Analog Devices Mobile Products
Analog Devices Mobile Chipsets - SONiVOX's Generation 3 Embedded Audio Synthesis (EAS) technology is currently integrated with ADI's Hercules, Athena, Monaco, and Ares platforms for wireless platforms.
Ableton Music Software
Ableton, makers of the hugely popular LIVE software sequencer application chose SONiVOX as its premier provider of instrument libraries for Live6 and beyond. Included are a full line of orchestral instruments, guitars, basses, keyboards, brass, vintage and more.
Agere Systems, a global leader in semiconductors for storage, wireless data, and public and enterprise networks, licensed SONiVOX's Generation 3 Wavetable and FM Synthesis EAS technology in their Sceptre and Vision reference platforms for multimedia mobile phones.
Cakewalk Music Software
Cakewalk bundled SONiVOX products with their popular PC MIDI sequencing software SONAR XL. Over 10,000 musicians and composers had access to SONiVOX soundfonts products via this promotion.
Cirrus Logic PC Audio Products (Crystal Semiconductor)
SONiVOX provided a GS compliant wavetable soundset for Cirrus Logic's SoundFusion PC chipset and firmware audio products.
Creative Labs Soundblaster Live!
SONiVOX soundfont products were bundled with every Creative Labs Live! and Audigy soundcard. As part of their SoundFont Showcase, over 10 million PC users had access to SONiVOX sounds.
Dell Computers - Turtle Beach Soundcards
Teaming up with Turtle Beach Inc, SONiVOX produced a custom General MIDI wavetable set for Dell Computer's high end Dimension PCs.
ESS Technologies PC Audio Devices
SONiVOX provided 2 General MIDI Soundsets for the company's hardware and software Audio Devices Product Line for PCs.
SONiVOX Generation 1 Embedded Audio Synthesis (EAS) technology was licensed to Freescale for use in their i250 baseband processor. The complete audio solution includes a MIDI Synthesizer, Wavetable Soundsets, GameAPI, Groovefone (musical game) and Multi-Media Support.
Disney's Epcot Center
Teaming up with Harmonix Music Systems (creators of Guitar Hero), SONiVOX produced instrument sounds for their interactive installation piece at Disney World's Epcot Center in Florida. Users can use their hands and bodies to interact and control melodies and graphics.
SONiVOX's Generation 2 Embedded Audio Synthesis (EAS) technology was licensed for use by the Eonex N-Series modem chips for CDMA, WCDMA, HSDPA, EGPRS mobile phones.
Fangtek Inc., a global provider of highly integrated circuit (IC) solutions for data communication, wireless, voice processing, audio processing and image processing applications embedded SONiVOX's EAS technology into a multimedia co-processor chip for the Chinese cell phone market.
Livescribe, a leading designer of high-performance mixed-signal integrated circuits (ICs), has chosen SONiVOX audioINSIDE synthesis for it's multimedia hardware and software products for mobile devices.
SONiVOX's Generation 2 Embedded Audio Synthesis (EAS) technology was licensed for the Micronas MAS 35x35 family of semiconductors.
Microsoft DirectX Products
SONiVOX sounds were bundled with the Microsoft's DirectX 8.0 Software Development Kit. The SDK is provided to all Microsoft DirectX developers including game companies developing for the X-Box.
Monolith Games licensed SONiVOX sound libraries for their interactive music game titles Blood2, Aliens vs. Predators and No One Lives Forever. Distributed by Fox Interactive.
SONiVOX Generation 1 Embedded Audio Synthesis (EAS) technology has been the basis for Motorola's high quality and award winning handsets for over 6 years, including the best selling phone ever, the RAZR. The complete audio solution includes a MIDI Synthesizer, Wavetable Soundsets, GameAPI, MotoMixer (patented GrooveFone ringtone remixer) and Multi-Media Support.
Mtekvision, the world's 3rd largest provider of camera and multi-media chips for cellphones, has selected SONiVOX as it's premier MIDI synthesis provider.
Native Instruments, the world's leading manufacturer of software synthesizers for personal computers, chose SONiVOX high-quality instrument samples for enabling several new products including their own KORE and Kompakt, as well as Avid's Sibelius 4, a new product from Sibelius, the maker of the world's best selling music notation software to enable users to play back music, burn compositions on CD, and create audio files for the Internet.
Pantech, one of Korea's largest handset manufactures is utilizing SONiVOX audioINSIDE in its newest phone models, the x660 and D357, to provide MIDI support for gaming and ringtones.
A leading provider of mobile handsets, Research in Motion licenses SONiVOX' wavetable technology to enable the highest quality sound with the smallest footprint for current and future RIM mobile products including the new 8700 series Blackberry devices.
Samsung, the world's 3rd largest handset manufacturers is utilizing SONiVOX audioINSIDE FM synthesiser in its newest phone models to provide a cost effective replacement to the Yamaha sound chip.
Sega of America
SONiVOX provided sounds, music and interactive MIDI lighting effects for Sega games Ecco The Dolphin II, Congo, and Mr. Bones.
Silicon Laboratories, a leading designer of high-performance, analog-intensive, mixed-signal integrated circuits (ICs), has chosen SONiVOX audioINSIDE synthesis for it's groundbreaking Si4905 AeroFONE, the first fully functional and completely integrated single-chip phone.
SONiVOX's Generation 3 Embedded Audio Synthesis (EAS) technology was licensed for Skywork's Pegasus and Lynx mobile communication platforms.
Syntek Semiconductor Ltd., licensed SONiVOX's scalable audio synthesis and wavetable technology for a semiconductor line aimed at the educational learning market.
Texas Instruments licensed SONiVOX's Generation 2 Embedded Audio System (EAS) technology for use in its TMS32OC55x™ DSP core-based programmable devices and OMAP processors.
SONiVOX's Generation 3 Embedded Audio Synthesis (EAS) technology was provided to British company TTPCom. TTPCom successfully integrated SONiVOX's EAS technology into their XScale, ARM7, and multiple ARM9 variant platforms.
Keeping on the cutting edge of gaming audio technology, SONiVOX provided DirectX wavetable sounds and interactive music for Turbine Entertainment's massive multi-player on-line game Asherons Call 2 and ClubHopper.
Valence Semiconductor Design (Division of SRS Labs, Inc.)
Valence, a leading IC design house, incorporated SONiVOX's EAS technology into their custom ASICs for Asian toy and other consumer devices.
SONiVOX' audioINSIDE synthesiser provides MIDI ringtone syntesis in Wavecom's Compact 605 and 610 multimedia mobile phone platforms.
Zoran (previously Emblaze Semicondictor)
A provider of mobile multimedia and application ICs, Zoran licensed SONiVOX's wavetable for Zoran Semiconductors intended for Mobile Multimedia appliances.