Boscomac Memory Stick 20 drumbox for Reaktor
Boscomac adds to its list of free Reaktor instruments the Memory Stick 20 hybrid analog/digital drumbox.
All the sounds created in Memory Stick are based on the Korg MS20 analog synth, then processed using analog devices (Cartec Audio, Chandler Limited, Shadow Hills) and included in Reaktor as a vintage TR-808-style beatbox.
Each element has a bar-shaped sequencer and various settings, such as tune, drive, tone, decay, etc. A reverb and a Tape Saturator are also included.
The drum machine is compatible with the GM standard and can be used in multi-outs.
Memory Stick 20 is available for download for free from boscomac.free.fr, along with audio demos.
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