Rhythmic Robot releases Patchvault Taster
Rhythmic Robot has released the first in their PatchVault series of single-patch synth emulations - it's based on a Jupiter 6 preset and it's free.
PatchVault is Rhythmic Robot's new collection of Kontakt instruments based on original patches from some of the most renowned synths of the past based, the whole with a simple but powerful interface.
The interface features a neat little Tilt EQ, a powerful 4-pole filter, and can map MIDI velocity to both amplifier and filter cutoff. There’s also Chorus and Tube Saturation to enhance the sound, plus a Limiter to tame over-enthusiastic analogue waves, but all these modern additions can be easily switched off in case the user prefers the original factory patch in its raw state.
This first release is a freebie taster emulating the very first factory sound of Roland’s Jupiter 6 synth. An entire Jupiter soundset is announced as "coming very soon".
More details at Rhythmic Robot's website.
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