Best Service Intros Synth-Werk

Not At All Inspired By Kraftwerk....      21/06/11

Best Service has released Synth-Werk, a collection of 1500 electronic drums, fx and rhythm sounds. 

If it looks familiar, it's because the company previously announced 'Kraftworker', a virtual instrument inspired by Kraftwerk.

Here are the details:

Features:

  • 1300 electronic sounds: Synthesizer Sounds, Chord Sounds, Electronic Speech Synthesizers, Choirs, Vocoders, Computer Sounds, Pad Sounds, Organic Sounds, Basses, EFX Sounds, Musical Patterns and Sequences.
  • Original instruments: Orchestron, TI Language Translator: german-english-french-spanish, FX-501P Pocket Calculator, Speak & Spell, Stylophon, BG Rhythm Machine.
  • DMS – 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: Green english SYNTH-WERK interface with instant access to all important parameters.
  • ProEdit Page: Offers every possible parameter, FX-Rack with 46 effects, Convolution Reverb etc.
  • Infinite polyphony*.
  • Infinite number of modulators*.
  • Infinite number of effects*.
  • Extremely flexible Arpeggiator including MIDI-file player.
  • Step and Modular Sequencer.
  • Library size 8GB.
* depending on CPU performance

Pricing and Availability

Synth-Werk is available now for US $297.86. 

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James Lewin
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