1970's Logan Synth Sampled

Synth Magic release Logan Vocalist for Kontakt 4      07/10/11

Synth Magic say that their new Logan Vocalist, a Kontakt instrument based on a very rare 1970's Synthesiser, is fully programmable from the front panel just like a real Logan and is really simple to use. They tell us that each section of the Logan has been sampled chromatically using high quality converters for a true authentic sound and that you can use it to create beautiful analogue choir sounds from the 70's,vocal effects and lots of ethereal choir pads and sounds.
A Synth Magic spokesperson had this to say, "It has taken many years to source this very rare synthesiser-there is not too much information on the web about it due to it being so rare,so we were very lucky to find one. This instrument has an intuitive user interface based on a real Logan Vocalist front panel. Once loaded into your Kontakt sampler you have the full sounds of the Logan to use in your productions. We have added lots of extra features such as extra filters,lfo's,filter envelopes and a full effects section-The reverbs supplied are not stock Kontakt reverbs and come from high end classic effects units which really add something special to the sound of the Logan. There is even a chord generator which allows for big chords to be played by pressing one key.
Full version of Kontakt 4.2.3 or higher is required.
Pricing and Availability:
Special introductory half-price offer of just £9.95 for a limited time. More information:

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