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Ambius Prime is a unique and powerful compendium of our Ambius atmospheric synthesis series, offering a vast selection of hand-crafted sound-designed pads, ambiences, leads, pulses and acoustic textures. Each sound has been carefully sculpted from organic source recordings by our creative team. We've captured a wide spectrum of instruments, voices, environments and objects to create thousands of distinctly compelling and nuanced sonic flavors. Everything you hear was built using only organic field and instrument recordings. In fact, no synthesizers were used in the creation of this library at all. And with our sophisticated Ouroboros modulation engine, you can weave sources together into stunningly dynamic, flexible and inspiring synth patches for any style or genre. Dive in and tweak and automate every parameter with total control over every detail, or just hit the Random button to instantly generate an infinite variety of new sound, parameter and dynamic modulator combinations.

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Ambius Prime has been built from the ground up for the free Kontakt Player (VST, AU, AAX) and Komplete Kontrol, including full support for all Native Instruments S-Series keyboards. It includes all of the content from Ambius 1: Transmissions and Ambius 2 Systematik, as well as the exclusive new Ambius 3: Expanse, a huge selection of over 1000 brand new sound sources that are only available here in Ambius Prime. It's the perfect atmospheric texture farm for film and game composers and sound designers, and an extraordinarily powerful synthesis engine for electronic music producers and synth junkies.

Antidrum Machine has been built from the ground up for Native Instruments' free Kontakt Player (VST, AU, AAX) and Komplete Kontrol platforms, including full support for Maschine and all S-Series keyboards. It's the perfect collection for composers, sound designers and anyone looking for unconventional musical ideas to round out their musical tool chest.

Glitch Hero is perfect for minimalist, EDM, IDM, dubstep, chillwave, glitch, post rock, soundtrack, downtempo, dub and ambient music. It's also fantastic for sci-fi sound design and creating user interface SFX for games and apps. Each library covers a unique style of hand-crafted, sound-designed drums & FX. It features thousands of samples and dozens of flexible instrument presets. It's the perfect collection for composers, sound designers and anyone looking for unconventional musical ideas to round out their musical tool chest. This library is divided into 7 categories that tap into different themes and creative styles.

Devastor's filters are not simply the peaking EQ type which are commonly used in classic multiband distortion units: rather, they are like those found in analog synthesizers (low pass, high pass, band pass and band reject) with adjustable resonance and cutoff parameters. As a result, Devastor has a completely unique sound. Just check out the factory content and hear for yourself!

Like a lot of the groups associated with Dan Carey's Speedy Wunderground label (black midi, Black Country New Road), The Lounge Society have a lot going on in their sound, and aren't afraid to take wild swings. Following two EPs, the Yorkshire band have delivered their debut, an ambitious, politically minded concept album about a society that crumbles apart over the course of the record. The Lounge Society's trump card is swagger, and the album recalls everything from The Libertines to Modest Mouse, Joseph K, These New Puritans, and Iceage. Sometimes all within one song. The band are young, not that far out of high school, and that youthful abandon and idealism comes across in these 11 songs that crackle with electricity. You get the feeling they were trying to cram in every idea they've ever wanted to use, all on one 40-minute album. Maybe too many ideas, but more often than not the results are thrilling -- see "Blood Money," "Remains," the pretty, introspective "Upheaval," and the nervously funky "Boredom is a Drug." Boredom, by the way, is not a problem here.

Oberheim's Matrix 12 is a legendary analog synthesizer from themid-eighties that is still the king of analog sounds. One of thefattest, roundest, pleasantly analog synthesizers around! It's long beenknown for creating some of the thickest and best analog pads, sweeps,buzzes, basses and textures. It features Matrix Modulation for extremelywild virtual patching for almost unlimited range of sounds andmodulation capabilities!

Recently I acquired a second Roland JP-8000 that actually was in like new condition, but it had a couple of output problems. The first was that the outputs L and R would no longer work, thus they were dead silent. In addition, the headphone jack would output a good signal but only up to level 6 or 7 and would then crackle or produce a loud distorted sound.

With no presets, this VST gives you the freedom to create whatever sound you can imagine. So get creative and see what you can come up with using this great emulation.Plugin PCPlugin Preview15. Bitsonic TB-303Bitsonic TB-303Bitsonic TB-303 is an emulation for bass line analog synthesizer with ten presets. It offers users an easy way to create and manipulate classic Roland TB-303 sounds.The plugin comes with an oscillator, filter, and envelope controls. It also has an ADSR section. You can use the plugin in mono or polyphonic mode, making it great for various applications.

The G2 also provides features such as rotary encoders with circularLED graphs (the LED graphs instantly show the correct values of theparameters the user chooses), programmable parameter pages (which guidein sound editing work and patch creation), patch variations (which letsthe user create and store eight different complete parameter setups perpatch), a Performance mode (which allows the user to set upmultipatches from the four individual synthesizer slots) and the eightmorph groups per patch allows the user to control sets of parametersfrom single internal control sources and via MIDI.

"I found out that it was a Moog synthesizer, and later on I purchased my own Minimoog - or George did [laughs]. I started messing with the sounds. That's all I really do: I turn the knobs until it does what I want." 350c69d7ab


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