1950s Maestrovox Consort Sampled

Precisionsound releases Maestrovox Ps-Mod For NI Kontakt 4      15/06/11
1950s Maestrovox Consort Sampled


Precisionsound has released Maestrovox Ps-Mod for NI Kontakt 4. Here's what they have to say about it...
The Maestrovox Consort is a tube based synth/organ in the style of Clavioline and Solovox. The Maestrovoxes were built in the UK by Victor Harold Ward in the 1950s. There are only 21 known surviving keyboards in the world at the time of writing, and 2 of them are in the hands of Precisionsound. We have sampled the whole tonal range in half note steps for all the 7 register settings with generous loops so the sound has time to evolve. We then fine-tuned every sample. The whole library has over 400 24bit mono samples in a monolith file, losslessly compressed down to a file size of 190MB. The library also contains 36 presets as startingpoints. With the Precisionsound Modification (Ps-Mod), limitations from the original Maestrovox Consort are gone. You get 128 voice polyphony and the ability to tweak all registers with full control over volume, pan, octave and fine tuning, separately for each register. We added filters, ADSR envelope, Arpeggiator, Distortion, Cabinet simulator and much more. With the detailed sampled core sound of the Maestrovox and the added functionality you get a fun to tweak and unique sounding virtual analog instrument suitable for screaming leads, blippy sequences and old school analogue tones that will be an injection for your inspiration. Pricing and Availability:
Maestrovox Ps-Mod costs $19 (+$11 if you want it on DVD) you need the full version of NI Kontakt (not the free player) to use this library. More information:

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