Rhythmic Robot Lorenzo for Kontakt
Lorenzon, Rhythmic Robot’s new virtual instrument for Kontakt, is a collection of samples of a reed organ.
Lorenzo features 24-bit samples of a reed organ and you can control in the full version of Kontakt 5 (required), key on/off, the type of attack (vintage or clean), decay, sustain, release and tremolo (speed and depth). The GUI also features controls for a rotary speaker emulation with speed, a Tilt EQ and two types of distortion (tube and drive). Last, you can add fan noise samples and control the amount of it.
Lorenzo has a special introductory price of £4.95, regular price is £5.95. It is available at www.rhythmicrobot.com.
Rythmic Robot also posted a picture of the original Lorenzo along with the next instrument that the developer will be working on. To be continued…
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