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Back In Time Records has announced the release of two new sample libraries: The Ringmodulator and Buntkling.

Both products are in the Wusik Station / WS-Engine format (ws5) and cost €29 each.

The Ringmodulator

A new sound basis with a collection of analog synthesis ring-modulator multi-samples for “unusual bells, harsh pads, cutting lead synths, odd harmonic structures and weird percussion effects.” Over 50 different multisamples and 128 presets (200 MB).

Buntkling
This is “the opposite of all those big fat RAM-eating poser-sound sample libraries”, according to BiTR: You will find samples taken from following instruments and sources: Yamaha PS20 portable keyboard as well as one of the first keys with FM tone generator, the CE20, also the famous Casio VL1, Korg Poly 800 and M500SP, Siel Cruise, Farfisa Compact organ, cartoon-alike vocoder phrases and shouts, Toy Piano, recorder played by child, party stuff and more. 150 MB sample library with 170 Presets.

Check out www.backintimerecords.de/bitr054.htm for more.
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