There is hardly any other category of instruments that has more instruments and sounds than vintage synthesizers. That's why it was a great pleasure and at the same time an
obligation for us to show how our approach to these old treasures is and in which way we implement them. And since we have so many old milestones standing around here,
it was somehow logical, too.
King Mark I
Note: All KLANG instruments require the Kontakt full version 5.6.8 or higher.
'Easy Life' is simple and it is a 1 sample synthesizer. This single sound comes from our EMS VCS3 and sounds absolutely special. To make it even more fun, we added a simple arpegiator that plays the sounds randomly in a wild mix. It is always nice to see how easy good sounds can be.
3 of a kind
The deep trinity is a wonderful mixture of three of the most classic bass synthesizers ever built. The Minimoog, the Prophet 5 and
the bass drum sound of the TR 808.
You could probably create hundreds of variations of this mix, but we have reduced ourselves and from each of these milestones we just exported one best bass sound and put it together. Here we go.
KING MARK I
E Piano Deluxe
King Mark I - yes, that is truly royal. Of course there are 1,000 different Fender Rhodes Mark I sounds, but that can't stop us from creating four
new interpretations of this glorious electric piano.
Our goal is not to reproduce a natural sound, but sounds that inspire. So we've patched the electric piano through our wall of modular electronic, coated the signals with a soft saturation made by tape machines as well as resynthesized it. Here is the result - 4 new Variations.
A pad, Soft as silk
The 'Warm Strings' is a category of their own. We made a sound out of it.
We took the sounds of super-skilled synthesizers like the Yamaha CS-60, the Juno 60 or other analog synthesizers and made a huge string patch that sounds like infinity. Then we added a little bit of filters, phasers and other little things and the ultimate velvet sound is ready.
Waves Outta Space
The Aetherophone, or better known as the Theremin, was developed early in the 20th century, but has unfortunately never managed to
set significant accents and lasting impressions in the music of the last century. So we thought it would be good to celebrate the
Aetherophone once again
The Aetherophoen consists of 2 sounds: a sound of wobbling modulated Aerophone sounds called Geist and the typical outer space glide brightness.
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