Koblo Update Centaurus

New LFO sync features and bank of new presets      12/08/08

Koblo Update Centaurus


Koblo has announced an update to their Centaurus software synthesizer adding new LFO sync features and bank of new presets.
Koblo tell us that they have reentered the soft synth market with their trademark sound at an amazing price point.
"In times like these, it’s amazing to see a manufacturer pricing great tools within reach of budget minded producers" said Francis Preve of www.Beatportal.com "After spending quite a bit of time with Centaurus, we were suitably impressed. Its sound is warm, fat and has a really thick low-end, making it a great go-to synth....."
"Our goal with Centaurus was to let the marketplace know we are back. Our new business model will offer great new technology as well as classic Koblo textures at amazing prices." Said Emil Tin, designer of the Koblo filters, " we will be bringing more products to the market very soon."
Koblo, originally founded in 1998 and now with offices in Soquel California and Aarhus Denmark, is a recognized innovator in the audio software industry. Recently announcing a new paradigm in audio production by offering a state of the art digital audio workstation as a free, open source software product
Pricing and Availability:
$7.49 through Aug 31st More information:
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