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Precision Sound release a sample collection of legendary electronic toy instruments      22/02/07
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We reported the release of Precision Sound's Retro Gadgets volume 2 last year and now the company tell us that they have introduced Retro Gadgets - First Chapter which they say is a collection of legendary electronic toy instruments - although we (and probably Rolf Harris) take exception at their calling the mighty Stylophone a toy!
The company tell us that to prepare these old toy instruments for modern use in a DAW based studio they fine tuned each note exactly so you can add true retro flavour instantly in your production without any hassle and compromises. They say that every note of the instruments natural range and sound possibilities has been captured and promise that this is better than the real thing if you are working modern music production, all the pros are left and the cons are gone…
The library contains:
  • Dubrek Stylophone (Black)
  • Dubrek Stylophone (White)
  • Waddington Compute-A-Tune
  • V-Tech - Music Major
  • WOC 100
  • Texas Instruments Speak & Music
  • Casio VL-1 (VL-Tone) ASAHI
  • Harward H359
All formats are included when you buy Retro Gadgets - First Chapter so you can download whatever format you like or all of them.
Pricing and Availability:
Retro Gadgets - First Chapter costs $55 (+$11 if you want it on CD).
More information:
  • www.precisionsound.net

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    don    Said...

    This is the best line of sample libraries covering retro organs/toy instruments, pronto!

    08-Jan-09 12:18 AM


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