Retro Synths Free with Ableton
Starting now, Ableton gives all users of Ableton Live 8 or Suite 8 its partner instrument's Puremagnetik‘s Retro Synths.
Registered users of Ableton Live 8 or Suite 8 can now download Retro Synths free of charge. In addition, purchasers of Ableton Live 8, Suite 8 or any relevant upgrade before October 31, 2011 will also receive Retro Synths for free. For further details, video/audio demos, as well as a download link: www.ableton.com/free-retro-synths
About Retro Synths:
Retro Synths contains about 4000 samples of synthesizers from the past three decades, integrated into Ableton Live. The selection includes Minimoog basses, acid lines from the Roland TB-303, phase distortion sounds from the Casio CZ-series and more. Every preset is playable and can be customized using the Macro controls.
The latest free update gives Retro Synths two new soundsets: “Modular Patterns” contains basses, resonant leads, as well as further sounds and phrases from a classic analogue modular system; “Opus” explores the string, brass and organ sounds of the Moog Opus 3.
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