The Dark Side Of Albino

Nucleus SoundLab release Tempest preset collection for the Rob Papen Albino3      21/12/07

The Dark Side Of Albino


Nucleus SoundLab tell us that their latest patchset, Tempest, is the dark side of Albino. Tempest is a huge preset collection for the semi-modular Rob Papen Albino3.
Nucleus SoundLab say that Tempest is a carefully crafted source for electronic bread and butter sounds as well as a source of inspiration for darker, harder and ambient electronic styles. A company spokesperson said, “Tempest is loaded with a collection of widely usable sounds using Albino's unique features: Evocative, moving digital soundtrack fx, electronic-style biting arpeggiators, pseudo-real instruments, and beautiful moving digital pads. Special attention has been given to make the sounds as playable, expressive and dynamic as they can be.�
Totally unique to Tempest is a whole section devoted to loop treatments. By inserting Albino as an effect, you can use its filters, effects and complex modulations as a monstrous filterbank to turn drumloops or any other source into twisted rhythmic electronic percussion or atmospheres.
More details:
  • 228 Presets for Albino3
  • All presets are organized by type
  • Includes a wide selection of unique Albino FX treatments
  • Compatible with both Mac and PC
Pricing and Availability:
Tempest for Albino3 is available now for electronic distribution at €23.95. More information and demos:



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