Rhythmic Robot presents Soviet Organ
Rhythmic Robot has released Soviet Organ, a new Kontakt library sampled from a vintage Soviet Russian organ.
Sampled from an authentic vintage early seventies transistor organ called the Junost-70 Polyphonic Electronic Instrument, Soviet Organ was samples through mic'ing in turn both the organ's body speaker and that included in its accompanying flightcase, with the former producing a slightly overdriven sound due to the age and condition of the organ, while the second was heavily damaged and hence produces insanely broken sounds.
Announced at a MSRP of £25, Rhythmic Robot's Soviet Organ is currently available at the special launching price of £20. More details and sound samples at Rhythmic Robot's website.
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