DTS010 - Four Organs For Music
The Detunized.com subscription service presents a new Ableton Live Pack featuring 4 transistor organs from the early seventies.
The Live Pack includes:
- Vermona ET-3 (1974)
- Vermona ET-6 (1973)
- Universum Duo (1975)
- Philicorda GM-761 (1972)
Each single register of each organ was mirrored into the Ableton Live cosmos. The Live Pack contains the full feature organ devices plus the single registers. The GM-761 spring reverb is also included.
- Format: Ableton Live Pack
- Instruments: 4
- Single Registers: 68
- 6 Drumloops, Spring Reverb
- Keyrange: C1 to C6
- No. of samples: 1299 (24 Bit, 44,1 kHz)
- Disk space needed: approx. 160 MB
- Installation instruction + manual
Pricing & Availability
Detunized.com is a subscription service for creativity enhancing Ableton Live Packs. Single purchases start at 5.55 EUR, Subscribers only pay 4.98 EUR
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