Absynth Based KORE Soundpack

Native Instruments introduces Absynth Spectral Expansion      23/02/09

Absynth Based KORE Soundpack


Native Instruments have released a new KORE Soundpack - Absynth Spectral Expansion. Here's their press release...
Native Instruments has just introduced ABSYNTH SPECTRAL EXPANSION, the latest release in the comprehensive range of KORE SOUNDPACK libraries. The new collection provides a wealth of inspiring sounds based on the powerful semi-modular sound engine of the acclaimed ABSYNTH synthesizer.
ABSYNTH SPECTRAL EXPANSION focuses on expressive, highly playable sounds that range from distinctive bass, keys, and piano to exquisite pads, bells and more. Ready for use in KORE 2 and the free KORE PLAYER as well as in ABSYNTH 4, the presets make efficient use of the unique synthesis capabilities of ABSYNTH that have made it such an iconic software instrument.
With 1,600 Sound Variations, convenient parameter assignments and complete preset metadata for the KORE Sound Browser, ABSYNTH SPECTRAL EXPANSION fully utilizes the advanced sound shaping and preset management capabilities of the KORE platform.
Pricing and Availability:
ABSYNTH SPECTRAL EXPANSION is available for download purchase in the NI Online Shop for a suggested retail price of $59 / 49 €. More information:



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