Rhythmic Robot Seinfeld Bass KONTAKT
Nov 26 2017 | 117 MB
Remember Seinfeld? Remember that poppin’ slap bass sound all over the show – in the titles, in the end credits, in every sting and transition? Well, this is the little box of tricks that made that sound. The 360 Systems MIDI Bass was an early sampled bass unit, later upgraded to a Pro version that rackmounted. It was a limited but (for its time) powerful-sounding machine that had swappable EPROMS to access additional sounds. We managed to score an original tabletop MIDI Bass plus a set of EPROMS covering a range of both classic and unusual sounds with a distinctly 80s vibe. There is, of course, ‘that’ Seinfeld Slap bass; but if you don’t fancy reliving the glory days of American comedy, there are seven other sounds to choose from – a great Fender Jazz bass, through a punchy 80s synth bass to a rather cool Stick bass (think Tony Levin playing Peter Gabriel’s live gigs and you’ve got it)… and more.
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Rhythmic Robot Audio Drawbar 350 KONTAKT
Oct 30 2017 | 49.33 MB
Drawbar 350 is a transistor drawbar organ whose 8 voices are sampled from the original Dubreq Stylophone 350S - a professional version of the Stylophone with eight onboard voicings covering three sounds (Woodwind, Strings and Brass), plus vibrato, two styli, and a light-sensitive wah-wah control.
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Rhythmic Robot Audio Synthesizer 2000 KONTAKT
Oct 30 2017 | 411 MB
Roland’s neat little SH-2000 monosynth, only bigger and better
30 Preset tones – now with the ability to create your own patches
2- or 4-pass filter, three oscillators and full detuning for thicker, more powerful sounds
60 factory patches to get you started – plus Glitch control to roll your own instantly
Revel in the glory of Frogman, GrowlWow and Space Reed!
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Rhythmic Robot WaveCrest KONTAKT
Oct 03 2017 | 342 MB
WaveCrest continues our fascination with the gritty sheen of early digisynths – in this case owing its sound to the lovely grainy warmth of the Ensoniq SQ80. Where the original keyboard has a familiar 3-oscillator architecture, though, WaveCrest departs from tradition in favour of something a little weirder: six cyclical oscillators plus an attack wave. The six cyclical waves are governed by phase-adjusted LFOs so that they rise and fall within the overall patch, constantly shifting its timbre. By choosing which waves are in play, and how quickly they cycle, you can dial up mellow swooshes of slowly-evolving sound, or shiny metallic patches that aren’t a million miles from a poor man’s PPG.
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Rhythmic Robot Audio SH Studio KONTAKT
June 09 2017 | 2.06 GB
Massive range of sound-creation potential with classic analogue warmth and scale: 2.6Gb of compressed data across over 2400 samples
Built around Roland’s flagship SH-7 but taken much, much further
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Rhythmic Robot Audio Emulator II OMI Universe of Sounds Vol 2 KONTAKT-SYNTHiC4TE
Sept 03 2016 | 8.15 GB
Volume 2 of the Emulator II OMI Universe of Sounds library follows on from Volume 1, adding well over 500 further instruments and expanding the sound palette of the first library hugely.
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Rhythmic Robot Audio Drifter KONTAKT-SYNTHiC4TE
August 11 2016 | 838 MB
Drifter is, at heart, a simple idea: build the ultimate pad machine. A synth dedicated to, and optimised for, pads. Big swooshy pads. Smooth analogue pads. Crisp, shimmering digital pads with grainy washes of sound running through them in stereo. Crusty vintage pads that crackle and tremble and sound like they’re emanating from old tube amps tied together with frayed patch cords. Delicate ethereal pads. Warm pads like wooly jumpers.
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Rhythmic Robot Soviet Organ KONTAKT
August 02 2016 | 431 MB
Unique sound sampled from a vintage Soviet Russian organ: borked, damaged and dangerous!
Body Speaker for full-range warmth, blendable broken Flight Case Speakers to add extra gritty nastiness
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