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Sample Katra launches with five new instruments!

Sample Katra, a new company specialising in vintage analogue synth instruments for Native Instruments Kontakt, has announced the release of five new instruments, including one freebie:

  • Handclap Boss (FREE) – an interpretation of the Boss HC2 hand clapper.
  • Percussion Boss ($19) – an interpretation of the Boss PC2 percussion synthesizer.
  • K Bass ($19) – an interpretation of the Rheem Kee Bass bass synth.
  • Eclectic Piano ($29) – an interpretation of the Yamaha CP35 electric piano.
  • Surreal Strings ($29) – an interpretation of the Yamaha SS30 string synthesizer.


Here’s what they say: “The main aim is to combine the character of vintage analog synth instruments, with an up to date feature-set for any style of music or sound-design. We genuinely hope to offer something a little different and bring to you the 'katra’ or living spirit of some of our favorite analog synths, drum machines and vintage toys.”

All feature:

  • 24-bit samples.
  • Round robin sampling.
  • Uncompromising sound quality.
  • No additional processing or sweetening.
  • Scripting for Kontakt by Mario Krušelj.
  • There is a limited time bundle offer on now for just $59.
  • To get the free Handclap Boss, instrument details, pics and sound demos.
  • The instruments require the full version of Kontakt 4.2 or 5 (Mac & Windows).

There is currently a bundle offer on now for just $59.

To get the free Handclap Boss (valid email required), instrument details, pics and sound demos, please check out:

www.samplekatra.com

 
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