Buchla 200e Atmospheres Library

Puremagnetik releases B-System: Atmospheres      03/01/12
Buchla 200e Atmospheres Library


Puremagnetik has released B-System: Atmospheres - a collection of advanced Instrument Racks recorded from an original Buchla 200e. B-System: Atmospheres is the third installment in Puremagnetik's B-System series and is immediately playable in Ableton Live, Kontakt, Logic and Renoise.
B-System Atmospheres for Ableton Live contains 17 advanced Instrument Racks including 14 multisampled synth pads. The Live version also includes 3 textural arrays of expressive evolving atmospheres. Puremagnetik tells us that all instruments have been expertly crafted by sound designers to integrate seamlessly into Live.
A Puremagnetik spokesperson told Sonic State, "The Kontakt, Logic and Renoise versions of B-System Atmospheres come with 17 multisampled instruments that easily integrate into your chosen host. For Kontakt users, each instrument has been uniquely programmed with a custom KSP GUI for instant tweakability. Logic and Renoise instruments have been natively constructed from scratch to ensure maximum playability and expressiveness on each platform."
Features:
  • Over 150 long evolving 24-bit Buchla 200e samples
  • 17 expertly programmed instruments with integrated Macros and effects
  • 3 textural arrays of 200e modulations and polyphonic voicings
  • Custom Kontakt KSP GUI and native Kontakt effects
  • Requires Ableton Live 8.2.1, Kontakt 4, Renoise 2.7 or Logic 8, 250 MB of physical RAM and 600 Megabytes (MB) of free hard disk space
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