Soniccouture visited the Attic…
And came back with a collection of 10 vintage synths and drum machines for Kontakt, with a special launch offer.
Soniccouture asked producers Neil Davidge, Adrian Utley and Liam Howe to have a look in their attic, where they found several old analog synthesizers. The brand then sampled these instruments and modeled their characteristics (oscillator drift, attach variation, custom chorus, ensemble effect, legato, mono mode…). An effect section with reverb, phaser, chorus, delay, compression, EQ, filters, amp models and overdrive was also added.
The result is The Attic, a 7.9GB (NCW compressed format) library for Kontakt, featuring 350 presets. The samples of the 10 instruments have a 24-bit / 44.1kHz stereo resolution.
Here is the list of the available instruments:
- Roland RS202 String Machine
- Korg LP10 Analog Piano
- Suzuki Omnichord
- Jennings Univox
- Minikorg 700s
- Hammond Solovox
- Synthi AKS
- Roland SH2000
- Godwin String Concert
- Philips Philicorda
The library has a regular price of 129€ but until May 2nd, you can get a 20€ discount using the coupon code URR3K3Y. Plus, if you own the original versions of Synth AKS, Philicorda or Omnichord (which were updated in this bundle), contact Soniccouture and you can get up to 40% discount. Note that The Attic is compatible with the Free Kontakt Player.
More info at www.soniccouture.com.
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