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7 Pro Rec Sound Banks for Korg M50

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Pro-Rec has released seven brand new banks of sounds for the Korg M50 for a total of seven sound banks available for your Korg M50.

These latest sounds are part of Pro-Rec’s existing library of top sounds for almost all hardware synths and CD-ROMs for samplers and the FairlightIIx Audio CD.

The seven new titles are:
  • Dance Core
  • SuperSynth
  • New Age Pads
  • Filmscore
  • Dance Synth QS
  • Synth Attack
  • Film Amb NewAge QS
  • 128 All-new patches per bank

Pro-Rec’s sounds for the M50 are taken from the Pro-Rec sound library are now available for the Korg M50. The Korg M3 is the same as the M50 with the Karma turned off when playing patches.

The new sounds for M3 have been approved by Korg for the M50.

Pricing & Availability
Each bank is just $49.90, and you can get any 4 for just $129, all 7 for $179.

Pro-Rec sends you the sounds the same day by email, saving time and shipping.  The files come in M50 standard formats.  Ordering from Pro-Rec.com is paper free with quick turn around.

To order Pro-Rec sounds 24 hours a day, visit: pro-rec.com/secure.html

For complete information, patch lists, free downloadable and MP3 demos, visit: www.pro-rec.com/M50.html
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