DETUNIZED.COM Releases “Oberhof” Sound Library
Oberhof features sounds from the Oberheim Xpander for Live, Reason and FL Studio
The 1984 Oberheim Xpander is often called the “last statement” in analog synthesizer design. Digitally controlled but with a pure analog signal path this synthesizer grants for maximum versatility combined with overwhelming sound, according to the company.
The “Oberhof” library contains 25 instruments for Ableton Live, Reason and FL Studio. Some of the virtualisations represent the sound of the original nearly unaltered while others make extensive use of the particular DAW´s effect and modulation capabilities.
The “Oberhof “ library is available as Live Pack subscription for 4.98 EUR or as instant buy download for 6.98 EUR at www.detunized.com
Format: Ableton Live Pack, Reason Refill, FL Studio Directwave
Compatibility: PC/Mac, requires Live 7 / Reason 4 / FL Studio 8
No. of Samples: 797
Disk space: 520 MB
More information and audio demos at www.detunized.com
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