Vintage synth collection dug out for Triton

Korg do the retro thing for their popular workstation      24/07/00
Korg has issued the EXB-PCM05 PCM Expansion Board, a collection of vintage keyboard and synth samples from the archives. The company is being a little coy as to which machines are represented - for copyright reasons, naturally - but it alludes to 'gone but not forgotten models made by the most famous US manufacturers of their era' - so expect Moog and Prophet sounds. There are vintage Vox organs, reed pianos and 'magnetic tape keyboard' (read: Mellotron) sounds, as well as classic Korgs such as the 700S, MS/PS series and the Polysix. Combi sounds make full use of Triton's dual arpeggiators giving instant dance grooves with styles from trance & techno to garage, two-step and drum 'n bass (though does anyone make that style any more? One for the Gas Station, I believe...). www.korg.co.uk More From: KORG
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