FX Instruments For Vanguard

Le Lotus Bleu releases Avant-Garde Fx, a Soundbank for Refx Vanguard VSTi      24/06/09

FX Instruments For Vanguard


Le Lotus Bleu have been in touch to tell us that they have released Avant-Garde Fx, a Soundbank for Refx Vanguard VSTi which includes 128 FX intruments. Here's what they have to say about it...
From Bread and Butter swooshes, blips, sweeps to the most complex and otherwordly Lfoïds, Falls, Hits and percussive intruments, Avant-Garde Fx will give you expressive, controlable, and tweakable effects to spice your tracks, make breaks, transitions, intros and outros.
The focus has been put on all Electronic Music genres, including Elektro, Electronica, Dance, Trance, Dnb, Lounge, you name it, from the very subtle to the more drastic effects. It should also be a valuable Add On for all Game Music Scorers.
It includes :
  • 128 All FX intruments
  • A free document, including preset list with an individual comment for each patch.
  • Instruments has been carefully organised in 5 thematic categories : Arpeggios, Gated, Long, Short and Hits and impacts to make it more easy to find the right patch for the right track.
  • All instruments have multiple real time modulation abilities, from classic to the most glitchy
  • 1 long audio Demo on website
Pricing and Availability:
14,90 € per bank for European customers, around $ 17,50 outside Europe More information:



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