miércoles, 17 de agosto de 2011

Native Instruments - Vintage Organs [Kontakt]

Native Instruments - Vintage Organs | Kontakt | 1.39 GB

The organ combo of 60 and 70 and has long been established as a modern classic palette of sounds that any producer should have. VINTAGE ORGANS brings the classic organ sounds for your productions past and present actions. Five legendary vintage organs have been meticulously sampled, preserving its authentic character and charm in perfect detail and expressive.

* Authentic reproduction of sound, legendary bodies of 5
* Full control over all elements of organs such as traction, percussion and vibrato controls etc
* All manuals (upper, lower and pedal) included, if available the original
* All manuals can be played on a keyboard through multiple keyboards keysplit or using different MIDI channels
* Selector Programming trailer 12 presets (reverse key functionality found in the B-3)
* Web page dedicated to the drive amplifier, EQ controls and containers (8 cabinet emulations)
* Convolution Reverb real plate and spring reverb IR samples
* Native support for drivers drawbar as Doepfer D3C
* Chromatically sampling (size: 1.8 GB)
* 100 presets including 5 which covers the instruments
* The best of both worlds: The sound recording is based on the original models. Effects like the Rotator, Cabinets and Reverb are emulated in real time on top of it, providing great sound and flexibility

Hammond B-3: The trailer body most recognized of all time. Classical, distinctive sound drawbar organ:

HAMMOND C-3: A variant of the B-3, the sampling model for this instrument features subtle tonal differences of the B3:

HAMMOND M-3: 'Baby' B-3, a model of living with less tonal range and foldback not a little clearer sound with less body:

VOX Continental II: The classic transistor / body combo. Cleaner and more stable than the range HAMMOND:

Compact FARFISA: Originally a stripped down answer the Vox Continental ™, quickly became a classic in its own right for the tone of his simple but unmistakable:





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