De La Mancha Impakter
Impakter is a "vintage" drum module plugin containing 320 samples of drum sounds generated on analogue synths and drum machines.
Gear used to generate and process the samples:
- Analogue synths: Korg MS20, Roland Juno60, Gakken SX-150
- Analogue drum machines : Yamaha MR-10, Korg KPR-77, Antonelli Organ 2377 rhythm box, Mattel Synsonics
- Analogue processing: Electro Harmonix Micro synth, Mam VSR3 spring reverb, Lexicon reverb, Boss GE-10 equalizer, Tube compressor, analogue VCA compressor
- Vintage synths: Yamaha TX81-Z FM synth
- 320 electronic drum samples generated on hardware synths and drum machines
- 4 modules for kick, snare, hats and percussion sounds
- Each module can host 2 samples and trigger either depending on user defined probability
- 2 levels of randomising can be assigned to each modules’ volume, pan, decay and pitch for variation every loop
- Boomer module has resonant low pass filter and dirt control
- Smacker module has resonant band pass filter and dirt control
- Tweeter module has tempo-sync repeat function with hold
- Lazer module has tempo-sync delay function with damping
- 2 midi triggers for Smacker for differently pitched sounds
- 3 midi triggers for Lazer for differently pitched sounds
- 2 midi triggers for Tweeter for different decay envelopes
- 2 stereo outputs for separate post processing
- Global envelope decay control
- 52 presets covering a range of sounds and styles
A demo is available.
Check out www.delamancha.co.uk/Impakter.htm for more info.
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