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Vintage Analog
  • Size : 6 Gigabytes
  • 830 Live Synth Presets
  • 300 Live Drum Hits
  • 1140 Live Clips (221 MIDI + 119 Audio + 800 Multi)
  • 20 Audio Effect Racks
  • 376 Multi-Sample Recordings
  • 16100+ WAV Samples
  • Ableton Live 9.5 (Standard / Suite)
79.00 €
Product Overview
Vintage Analog is massive Live Bundle collecting 6 of the rarest, unusual and best sounding analog synthesizers from the '70s/'80s. Machines with their distinctive character, digitalized into over 16100 samples and 830 Live Presets covering a wide range of sounds and music styles. The bundle includes:

OSCAR   The OSCar is a vintage hybrid digital/analogue synth from British manufacturer Oxford Synthesiser Company (OSC). Designed by Chris Hugget after the ending of EDP, this masterpiece of engineering features digitally controlled dual oscillators with analog filters and plenty of knobs packed into a yellow plastic case with distinctive rubber elements.
SONIX   The Moog Sonic Six originated from the Sonic V, a duophonic analog synth designed for muSonics by Gene Zumcheck, an ex-Moog employee. When Moog and muSonics merged to form Moog/Musonics, Bob Moog decided to modify the Sonic V and turn it into a Moog product. So he returned to an alternative drawing for the Minimoog and installed the Sonic V into this. Just few additional features and the Sonic Six was born.
PATHOS   The Korg PS-3200 is one of the biggest, rarest and amazing sounding synthesizers ever made. Released in 1978, just few hundreds of units were manufactured during the following four years. It has been used by artists like Hans Zimmer, J.M. Jarre, Emmerson Lake & Palmer, John Miles, Rick Wakeman, Tangerine Dream and by other legendary artists and synthesizer pioneers.

TWENTY  Released in the late ’70s by Korg, the MS-20 is a stunning and very popular analog monophonic synth. Thanks to its semi-modular design the MS-20 (not to be confused with the MS-Mini replica) can generate fat round basses, sinuous-worm leads and any type of analog sound FX. A great machine, a milestone in the history of analog synthesizers.
CS15D  The CS-15D is a monophonic analog synth with loads of character, one of the most solid and warm single-VCO machine ever. The synth features 29 preset voices divided in two mixable channels, plus a manual section comprising a variable pulse-saw oscillator, a PW modulator, a noise generator and a 12db filter with a dedicated ADSR envelope.
SIGMAN   In the late 70's Korg experimented with a machine for players looking for a simpler alternative to knobby synthesizers. The result was the Sigma, a bi-timbric semi-preset synth with rocker-tabs, micro knobs and two X-Y joystic controls. The Korg Sigma is based on 19 VCOs grouped in two discrete sections (Synthe and Instrument) that can be cross-modulated and filtered with a LP/HP Filter. Each VCO is equipped with a single dedicated control including Korg35 filter circuits for shaping the sounds.

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