Precisionsound Launch The Skinny Organ Collection

First in a new series of sample sets features the Eminent Solina P275 Series 9      04/10/10

Precisionsound Launch The Skinny Organ Collection


Precisionsound has teamed up with Skinny Hastrup and started a new line of SampleSets titled The Skinny Organ Collection, starting with The Skinny Organ Collection - Eminent 275. Here's what they have to say about it...
The Eminent Solina P275 Series 9 with a price tag of aprox $2500 from 1985 was made in Holland and uses the same stringsynth section as the legendary 310 model used by Jean Michel Jarre. The P275 is completely analog and has a unique sounding drum machine built in (Syncopator 355).
"The Skinny Organ Collection - Eminent 275" contains:
  • 451 mono 24bit wav sound samples
  • 35 mono 24bit wav rhythm loops.
  • 35 mono 24bit Rx2 loops.
  • 38 + 28 NI Kontakt v1 and v2 programs divided into "Basic" and "Advanced".
  • 38 + 37 NI Kontakt v3 and v4 programs divided into "Basic" and "Advanced".
  • 38 + 20 HALion (all versions) programs divided into "Basic" and "Advanced".
  • 38 + 25 EXS24 programs divided into "Basic" and "Advanced".
  • 38 SoundFont (Sf2) programs (16bit).
All formats are included when you buy the SampleSet.
Pricing and Availability:
The Skinny Organ Collection - Eminent 275 costs $39 (+$11 if you want it on DVD).
More information:

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