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  • Vintage Time Traveler KONTAKT AKAi ISO
    August 10th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®

    Vintage Time Traveler KONTAKT AKAi ISO

    Vintage Time Traveler

    P2P | 4 September 2013 | KONTAKT: 249MB | AKAi: 230MB

    It seems that every time you turn on the radio, you hear a hit song with classic synth, organ and electric piano sounds. Maybe it’s because nothing else sounds as rich and musical as these timeless keyboards! This supersonic collection is packed with the coolest vintage keyboard sounds from the 60s, 70s and 80s. It features B3 Organs, Distorted Leslie Organs, Vox Continental, Farfisa, Optigan, Orchestron, Mellotron, Novatron, Chamberlins, Wurlitzers®, Rhodes®, RMI, Pianet, Clavinet, Arps, Moogs, Prophets, Jupiters, PPG, OSCar, Gleeman, Modular Synths. Plus, you get tons of far-out extras like Vibrato Fuzz Guitar Stack, Talk Box Guitar, Various Guitar FX, Ricky 4001 Bass, Fender 62 P-Bass, Hofner “Beatle” Bass, and to polish it off, Vintage Acoustic Drum Kits, Classic Drum Machines, and much more.



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    • The Pentodian Resonator Choir KONTAKT
      August 9th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT

      The Pentodian Resonator Choir KONTAKT

      The Pentodian Choir KONTAKT

      P2P | June 06 2014 | 431 MB

      A selection of twelve unique synthetic choirs made up of 215 hand crafted vocal formants. At least 50% of the samples in this collection were created using little more than a handful of discrete circuits and vintage lab gear all processed with vintage classic analog and tube technology and brought together in the same proven 4-voice layering engine as the Orbitone library…. Passive L/C Resonator Formant Circuits based on the 1938 Novachord…. The Celestial Choirs featured in The Pentodian Choir started off life as little more than a series of short pulses created by an old hand-configured analog lab signal generator. The frequency of the pulse train was gently modulated using the swept oscillator function to act as a vibrato. The pulses were converted into exponential ramps using a passive wave shaper circuit similar to those found in early string synths and the resulting sawtooth fed into a Triple Passive L/C Resonator circuit based on the 1938 Novachord formant resonator section.



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      • Lute v2 KONTAKT
        August 8th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT

        Lute v2 KONTAKT

        Lute v2 KONTAKT

        P2P | 08 August 2022 | 234 MB

        WARM MEDIEVAL NYLON STRINGS

        This is a renaissance Lute with 8-course strings – tuned in unison. The lute is equipped with nylon strings – it is astonishing how different a lute is used in music. In the Medieval period, it was the most important instrument for secular music. But it is also used in score music, such as in the Jim Jarmusch’s movie “Only Lovers Left Alive”.



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        • Nylon Harp v2.5 KONTAKT
          August 8th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
          Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT

          Nylon Harp v2.5 KONTAKT

          Nylon Harp v2.5 KONTAKT

          P2P | 08 August 2022 | 219 MB

          A SMALL WOODEN HARP

          The Celtic Nylon Harp is a small warm, and adorable sounding harp. This wooden instrument has a range of three octaves between C2 and C5 and 22 nylon strings which are finger-plucked. We added a script which allows the user to play ‘dynamic detection’ glissandos using the mod-wheel. This makes playing glissandos much more intuitive and flexible than if you had to select scales or chords. Once again, the Celtic Nylon Harp fulfils the tradition of the Strings by sounding charming, organic and inspiring.



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          • TMK001 Polyphonic Wretch Machine KONTAKT-PHOTONE
            August 6th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
            Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT

            TMK001 Polyphonic Wretch Machine KONTAKT-PHOTONE

            TMK001 Polyphonic Wretch Machine KONTAKT

            TEAM PHOTONE | 26/04/2015 | 1.65 GB

            The Metasonix S-1000 Wretch Machine is the only commercially available synthesizer to use gas-tube oscillators as the fundamental sound source. This technology predates most of the recognized synthesis advancements of the 20th century, and was abandoned in favor of integrated circuits. The waveforms generated by these gas-filled wonders of yesterday are a beauty unto themselves – wildly variable, inherently unique, and filled with atmosphere. At the helm of this recording is Michael Weeks, who has been involved with the S-1000 Wretch Machine since its inception. Brought to life at Metasonix with help from Michael’s constant prodding to create an integrated rack mount synthesizer, and named after his band The Wretch, Michael has clocked more hours behind the wheel of the Wretch Machine than anyone outside of Eric Barbour. The goal of this library is simple: provide the most comprehensive and raw presentation of the heart of the Wretch Machine to sound designers via painstakingly recorded samples of its oscillators. Utilizing a scripted interface in Kontakt 4, we provide basic building blocks for sound designers to truly integrate these incredible waveforms into their studio environment.



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            • Broken KONTAKT
              August 6th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
              Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT

              Broken KONTAKT

              Broken KONTAKT

              Team SYNTHiC4TE | Jan 23 2014 | 43.1 MB

              Imagine…

              You’ve just moved into an old house, you’ve settled in, got your stuff unpacked and you decide to have a rummage around the attic to clear out some of the junk left behind by the previous occupants. In the process of doing this, you stumble across a curious looking box of electronics. Intrigued, you dust it off, observe the slight stains of verdigree on the chipped hardboard fascia, you smile at the badly applied Dymo tape labelling and take it downstairs for closer examination. It all looks very promising – obviously very badly made by someone with few construction skills and who ran out of matching knob caps but it seems to be some kind of home-made synthesiser. With eager anticipation, you fire it up only to be greeted by chaotic, squealing, stuttering noises of machinery in pain. It’s broken and doesn’t work properly… it probably never did!



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