NAMM06: Ueberschall Announce Sixties Sounds

60s a GoGo - the computer musician’s time warp to the fabulous sixties      04/02/06
NAMM06: Ueberschall Announce Sixties Sounds


Ueberschall has announced the availability of 60s a GoGo, a collection of authentic retro music arrangements, samples & loops inspired by beat, surf, twist, pulp, rock, lounge, easy listening, French and Italian film musicfrom the fabulous sixties. For VST, Audio Units and RTAS.
The loops and phrases are all played using real vintage instruments and amps. Ueberschall say that today’s beatnik can find credible beat guitars, italo-western style guitars, retro basses, organ, real played drum loops (+single tracks!), male & female choirs, pianos, trumpets, flugelhorns, flutes, brass & wind sections.
All the samples and loops have been recorded and mixed using authentic vintage gear, and are available both in a 60s-style version and in a dry unmixed version for the user to tweak into his own style. 60s a GoGo contains more than 1.5 GB of sample material.
The sound library comes complete with the brand new loop player Elastik that includes:
  • high-speed time stretching and pitch shifting in best quality
  • innovative "Loopeye" for fast loop variations
  • midi-controllable parameters
  • multiple content management
  • separate installation of each product
  • mapping tools (automatic slice- & chromatic-map)
  • bounce of original and modified samples
  • creation of user presets
  • filter with "kill function" (-72db)
  • adaptation to tempos from 10 to 480 bpm
  • audio engine for quick adaptation
    Price and Availability
    Ueberschall’s 60s aGoGo is available for USD $119 More info:
  • www.ueberschall.com


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