More Buchla 200e Sounds

Puremagnetik releases B-System: Basses and Leads      04/12/09

More Buchla 200e Sounds


From the synthesizer arsenal of Richard Lainhart comes the second volume in Puremagnetik's Buchla 200e series. Puremagnetik tell us that B-System: Basses & Leads includes a richly programmed library of instruments and looped clips recorded from Lainhart's Buchla 200e /Haken Continuum system, all expertly edited and formatted for maximum playability and expression. Here's the rest of the details from them...
B-System Basses & Leads for Ableton Live contains a collection of 20 advanced multisample Instrument Racks and over 30 looped Live Clips of preprogrammed material, each one expertly tailored with effects and advanced Macro controls.
The Kontakt and Logic versions of B-System Basses & Leads comes with 20 multisampled 200e instruments and a collection of Apple Loops that easily integrate and tempo-sync to the host. For Kontakt users, each instrument has been uniquely programmed with a custom KSP GUI for instant tweakability.
B-System Basses and Leads Features:
  • Over 1000 24-bit Buchla 200e samples
  • 20 expertly programmed multisampled instruments
  • Over 30 Ableton Live Clips with integrated Macros and effects
  • Over 30 Apple SIAL loops
  • Custom Kontakt KSP GUI and native Kontakt effects
System Requirements
  • Requires Ableton Live 7/8, Kontakt 3 or Logic 8
  • 200 MB of physical RAM
  • 600 Megabytes (MB) of free hard disk space
Pricing and Availability:
Basic Monthly Subscription: $5.75/Month
Basic Yearly Subscription: $60/Year
All-Access Pass: $245/Year
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