It's Playtime - Toy Instrument Samples

Precisionsound releases Retro Gadgets Vol.2 for HALion, NI Kontakt and SoundFont      31/10/06

It's Playtime - Toy Instrument Samples


Retro Gadgets Vol.2 is a very detailed sampled collection of toy instruments in the same style as Precisionsound’s earlier Retro Gadgets Vol.1.
Precisionsound say that they have put the same care into capture the nuances of these toy instruments as with instruments like the “Weltmeister Accordion�, “Kloo Mandolin� and “Dusty Electric MkII� e.t.c.
To prepare these old toy instruments for modern use in a DAW based studio they tell us that they have fine tuned each note exactly so you can add true retro flavour instantly in your production without any hassle and compromises. Every half note of the instruments natural range and sound possibilities has been captured.
The library contains:
  • V-Tech – Music Major: 13 programs for HALion & Kontakt, 8 programs for SoundFont.
  • WOC 100: 8 programs for HALion & Kontakt, 3 programs for SoundFont.
  • Texas Instruments Speak & Music: 10 programs for HALion & Kontakt, 6 programs for SoundFont.
All formats are included when you buy Retro Gadgets Vol.2 so you can download whatever format you like or all of them. Pricing and Availability:
Retro Gadgets Vol.2 costs $25 (+$11 if you want it on CD). More information and demos:



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