Vintage Electronic Instruments For KORE

Native Instruments release Kontakt Retro Machines soundpack      16/05/08
Vintage Electronic Instruments For KORE


Native Instruments tell us that the best sounds from 22 legendary synthesizers and drum machines of the 70s and 80s are now available to inject an extra portion of vintage flavour into your productions. The new KORE Soundpack, Kontakt Retro Machines is designed for convenient use with the free KORE Player or KORE 2. It provides 135 high-quality sample sets with 1000 sound variations plus added arpeggiators and effects.
The sounds of Kontakt Retro Machines are based on 11 vintage analog synths, 5 digital FM synthesizers and 6 classic drum machines - all the much-loved but now rare instruments that defined the early pioneering days of electronic music.
Based on sounds from the renowned Kontakt 3 library, each of the 135 KoreSounds consists of its own set of samples and 8 Sound Variations - bringing the total number of production-ready vintage tones to over 1,000. The sounds are further enhanced with the integrated arpeggiator and a selection of Guitar Rig effects for that extra portion of animated realism. Additionally, say NI, KORE 2's unique Sound Morphing feature allows you to take these legendary electronic instruments into new sonic territory while at the same time making them highly adaptable to modern production demands.
Pricing and Availability:
$59 / €49. More information:
  • www.native-instruments.com More From: NATIVE INSTRUMENTS
    Even more news...

    Subscribe to Subscribers 

More Videos

Bitwig Review - Part 1 - New DAW Software 

We take a look at the new music production system


Elektron - From SID to RYTM - A Brief History 

We have many of the machines right here


Bitwig Review - Part 2 - A Closer Look 

Gaz Williams takes us through more features


Presentation: Nektar and Plug-ins In Cubase 

A closer look at control of devices and instruments