Kontakt Bass Synth

AudioThing releases TapeStation      20/10/11

Kontakt Bass Synth


Audiothing have released TapeStation, the result of what happens when a '90s analog synth meets an '80s tape recorder. They tell us that they have sampled a famous Analogue Bass Synth to tape using a new old stock cassette, and boxed it into a Kontakt Instrument.
Features
  • 2 Oscillators (Saw, Square, Pulse 5%)
  • 12-24dB/oct filter
  • 1 LFO (Random, Saw, Triangle) for Pitch and Cutoff
  • 2 Envelopes
  • 24 Factory Presets
  • 24 User Presets (save function within the Kontakt GUI)
  • Sample resolution: 44.1Khz / 24Bit
  • Size: 200 MB installed
  • Custom performance view
  • Native Instruments Kontakt 4.2.2 full retail version is required
Pricing and Availability:
Introductory Price: $9 (goes $12 on 24/10/11) More information:

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