Revolution-606 released by Waves Alchemy
Highly detailed, software reincarnation of the fabled Roland TR-606 drum machine for Kontakt 5.
Waves Alchemy have just released a thoroughly captured software emulation of the TR-606, which they have aptly dubbed the Revolution-606. Recorded through 10 different signal paths, the Revolution-606 offers up 5381 unique samples. The signal paths range from clean and 12 bit processed sounds, to driven and tape saturated sounds, using classic analog gear such as API preamps and Studer tape machines. Furthermore, the signal chains can be mixed and matched per sample, allowing the user to assemble their own unique kit.
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