Classic And Vintage Instrument Sounds For Free

Le Lotus Bleu releases Electroschock, a free soundbank for Linplug Cronox3 and Sophistry VSTis      15/07/09

Classic And Vintage Instrument Sounds For Free


Le Lotus Bleu has released Electroschock, a free soundbank for the Linplug Cronox3 and Sophistry VSTis. They tell us that Electroshock includes 90 Classic and Vintage instruments. Here's the details in le Lotus Bleu's own words...
Based on Cronox synth engine and some vintage Moog and other legendary synths he sampled, Peter Schelfhout, well known Belgian Sound Designer for his works on Virus Series and soft synths like Gladiator or Zebra, delivers us 90 precise and neat vintage instruments, with a warm sound colour.
The focus has been put on all Electronic Music genres, including General Elektro, Synthpop, House and even vintage electronic Disco. This soundset should also prove to be especially usefull for all those interested in the recreation of the special sonic character of the golden 70's and 80's era.
It includes :
  • Quick Start and install guide + list of presets document.
  • Instruments have been carefully organised in 5 thematic categories : Arps, Basses, Pads, FX, Synths, to make it more easy to find the right patch for the right track.
  • All instruments have multiple real time modulation abilities.
Pricing and Availability:
Free More information and audio demos:



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