Rhythmic Robot presents OrgaTone 601
Rhythmic Robot has released OrgaTone 601, a Kontakt virtual organ based on a Casiotone model.
Explicitly based on a Casiotone 601, Rhythmic Robot's Orgatone 601 is presented as "a guaranteed slice of nostalgia". Described as particularly suited to reggae offbeats, downtempo chillout or lounge styles, the Orgatone 601 library comes with 65 factory patches and requires the full version of Kontakt 4.2.3 or above. It is currently available for the intro price of £9.60 instead of £12.00 (prices do not include VAT).
More details (and a couple demo sounds) are available at www.rhythmicrobot.com.
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