Omnichord For The Japanese Tsunami Appeal

All proceeds from Soniccouture's sampled emulation go to the Red Cross appeal      29/03/11
Omnichord For The Japanese Tsunami Appeal


Here's the Soniccouture press release...
The Omnichord is an electronic musical instrument introduced in 1981 - It typically features a touch plate, and buttons for major, minor, and diminished chords. The most basic method of playing the instrument is to press the chord buttons and swipe the touch plate with a finger or guitar pick in imitation of strumming a stringed instrument. Soniccouture have released a sampled emulation of the Omnichord, featuring a KSP strummer script for realistic strumming, using the mod-wheel or other MIDI cc. The instrument will only be available until 31st April 2011, and all sales will be donated 100% to the Red Cross Japanese Tsunami Appeal. The donation will be made in the first week of May 2011.
Pricing and Availability:
The price is £5 / €5 / $5 More information:

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