The Kid Does Yamaha

Motif and S90 sounds with Studio Session Mix      13/11/03

Kid Nepro Productions - AKA; "The Patch King" has released their first in a series of new sounds for the Yamaha Motif Series and S90. Vol #1 - Studio/Session Mix - 128 New programs. $35. Sounds are compatible with the Motif-6/7/8, Motif Rack, Motif ES Series and S90. "With the Studio/Session mix, the goal was to create a soundbank that would be useful for musicians doing live gigs or studio recording sessions. There are plenty of new keyboards, strings, guitars & basses, leads, brass, winds and other similar type sounds. They can be used in a wide range of styles including, Rock, Raggae, R&B, Dance and even Church Services. Great attention to real time control details like mod wheel and after touch give each program a more realistic sound and will give you greater control and more expressive playing in your music. " Much care was taken to produce a set of sounds different then the factory collection. Kid Nepro took a good look at what was lacking in the factory sounds and filled the gap. The Motif has an excellent effect section which we used extensively. Effects such as Overdrive, Distortion, Wah-Wah, Rotary, Delays, Reverbs, Echos and more greatly improve the overall quality of each program. Complete info, soundlists and MP3 demos can be found at;
  • http://www.kidnepro.com/ Click on the "new releases" button to get to the Motif/S90 Pages.

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