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Le Lotus Bleu has released Avant-Garde Fx, a sound-bank for reFX's Vanguard, and Protobank, a sound-bank for Rob Papen's Blue.

Avant-Garde Fx for Vanguard

Avant-Garde FX includes 128 FX instruments. From bread and butter swooshes, blips, sweeps to the most complex and other-worldly Lfoids, Falls, Hits and percussive instruments, Avant-Garde Fx provides expressive, controllable, and tweakable effects to spice your tracks, make breaks, transitions, intros and outros, according to the company.

According to LLB, “The focus has been put on all Electronic Music genres, including Elektro, Electronica, Dance, Trance, D’n’B, Lounge, from very subtle to more drastic effects.”

Avant-Garde FX includes:

  • 128 All FX instruments
  • A document including preset list with an individual comment for each patch.
  • Instruments organised in 5 thematic categories: Arpeggios, Gated, Long, Short and Hits and impacts to make it more easy to find the right patch for the right track.
  • All instruments have multiple real time modulation abilities, from classic to the most glitchy.

Pricing & Availability
Avant-Garde FX costs €14.90. An introductory price of €9.93 is valid until July 23rd, 2009. The first 25 buyers will receive an additional 50 exclusive instruments soundset.


Protobank for Blue

The Protobank is the 13th volume in Le Lotus Bleu RPCX Blue soundsets series. It is free for all customers who have already purchased at least one bank in Le Lotus Bleu’s Blue series.

The Protobank includes:

  • Miscellaneous instruments (Pads, Keys, Basses, Atmos) which explore the new features of the latest version of Blue (v1.6.3 minimum required).
  • A document including preset list with an individual comment for each patch, tips and tricks.
  • Designer notes embedded in each Blue patch.
  • All instruments have multiple real time modulation abilities, from classic to the most glitchy, according to LLB.
  • Some instruments taking advantage of the groove design options of Blue.
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