New Kraftwerk Style Virtual Instrument, Kraftworker

Features Orchestron, Stylophone, Speak & Spell & More      22/05/11

Best Service has introduced Kraftworker - a Kraftwerk inspired virtual instrument for Mac & Windows. 

Kraftworker includes sounds made famous by Kraftwerk, including:

  • Orchestron
  • TI Language Translator: german-english-french-spanish
  • FX-501P Pocket Calculator
  • Speak & Spell
  • Stylophon
  • BG Rhythm Machine

The virtual instrument comes with 1,300 electronic sounds:

  • Synthesizer Sounds
  • Chord Sounds
  • Electronic Speech Synthesizers, Choirs, Vocoders
  • Computer Sounds
  • Pad Sounds
  • Organic Sounds
  • Basses
  • EFX Sounds
  • Musical Patterns and Sequences

Features:

  • Digital Modular system
  • Flexible routing of all modules und effects
  • Extreme fast Sound-Loading average access and loading of a new instruments with all its parameters and effects in less than a second
  • Direct stepping through the soundpool
  • Analog reproduction of digital sounds
  • Solo-Mode, Legato Mode, Portamento und Samplestart shifting
  • Multi Mode Filter / Resonator
  • QuickEditPage: Blue english Kraftworker interface with instant access to all important parameters
  • ProEdit Page: Offers every possible parameter, FX-Rack with 46 effects, Convolution Reverb etc.
  • Infinite Polyfonie
  • Infinite number of modulators
  • Infinite number of effects
  • Extrem flexibler Arpeggiator inklusive Midifile Abspieler •Extrem flexible Arpeggiator including Midifile player
  • Step und Modular Sequencer

Pricing and Availability

Kraftworker is available now for 249,00 €, inc VAT.

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James Lewin
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1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
I Dont Like Music    Said...

400 bucks to sound exactly like Kraftwerk! Best Service must think Kraftwerk cover bands are getting PAID. Pretty high price for a nostalgia trip.

23-May-11 08:38 AM


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