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New Sounds for the FabFilter Twin 2

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FabFilter has released two new sound sets for the FabFilter Twin 2 synthesizer plug-in: Dirty House and Ambient.

 

In addition, the new Sound Set Bundle now combines all five currently available sound sets in a single download.

 

The Dirty House sound set by Thomas Koot contains a hundred raw and house-oriented presets, injecting a dirty edge into every production. Don’t expect silky pads or beautiful chords: these sounds are nasty and deliver the grit that is needed for modern electro and house music production.

 

The Ambient sound set contains 130 beautiful ambient-oriented presets, programmed by rsmus7, the German sound designer and musician Stephan Muesch. This sound sets delivers rhythmic, cinematic and ambient sounds and modulated patches that can be used in different musical ways and projects. Almost every preset has 4 XY-controllers set up in a musical way.

 

Pricing & Availability

The Dirty House and Ambient sound sets for FabFilter Twin 2 are now available in FabFilter’s online shop for EUR 19, USD 24 or GBP 17. In addition, a Sound Set Bundle with all five sound sets (Rob Lee, Electro, Synth Classics, Dirty House and Ambient) is available for EUR 59, USD 74 or GBP 49.

 

All sound sets can be used on both Windows and Mac OS X in any of the available plug-in formats. See www.fabfilter.com/shop/?p=twin.

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