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Rare Analog
Specification:
  • Size : 4,65 Gigabytes
  • 7800+ WAV Samples
  • 505 Instrument Racks
  • 273 Live Clips
  • 800 Audio Multi-Clips
  • 224 Convolution Reverb Racks
  • 14 Convolution Reverb Pro Devices
  • 12 Audio Effect Racks
  • Host : Ableton Live 9
89.00 €
        
Product Overview
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.
 
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.
 
SPACE STATION   In 1978 a small company called Ursa major introduced a highly sophisticated audio signal processing unit called SST-282 Space Station, one of the first generation of digital reverbs, competing directly with the EMT 250. The SST-282 was described as a "reverberation effect" but that is far from the complete story. Thanks to its design based on multi-tap delay modulation it was able to generate a wide variety of reverb, echo and comb filter effects. This 3U rackmount monster implemented 16 "Audition Delay Programs" (Rooms, Combs, Delay Clusters and Space Repeats) which decide the principal characteristics of the reverb / delay effect.
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