Free microSAMPLER Bonus Pack From Korg

Free download of of professionally sampled sound collection for all microSAMPLER users      05/11/10

Free microSAMPLER Bonus Pack From Korg


Here's Korg UK's press release...
The Korg microSAMPLER is a versatile and easy-to-use sampling instrument. Useful for many musical applications, it features five sampling modes to provide the best method of capture for a variety of situations. Unlike other currently available phrase samplers, the microSAMPLER also features 37 Natural Touch mini keys, allowing it to perform as a keyboard instrument as well as a groove creation and remix machine.
The Bonus Sample Pack provides a convenient shortcut for all microSAMPLER users by offering professionally recorded samples organized into fully-finished banks of sounds with sample-based musical patterns, all fully compatible with the microSAMPLER. Included in the Bonus Sample Pack are:
  • Korg Vintage Keyboards: Korg M1, CX-3, T1, Polysix, WAVESTATION, Trinity and more
  • Korg Vintage Rhythm Machine: _70s & _80s Drum Machines – KPR77, KR-55, S3, DDD-1
  • Korg ES1/EM1: First generation of Korg Electribes - ES-1, EM-1
  • Vintage Keyboards: famous keyboard sounds from the '70s and '80s.
  • Electrohouse Construction
  • Breaks D'nB Dubstep Drum and Bass
  • Alt Rock
  • Electronica
Each bank can also be customized by the player using the free Editor/Librarian software that is provided with each microSAMPLER. (The microSAMPLER connects to Windows or Mac® OS-based computers via USB).
Pricing and Availability:
The microSAMPLER Bonus Sound Pack is available now as a free download.
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