Korg Drum Machine Resurrected

Forgotten Keys recreate the Korg Rhythm 55B for Kontakt      07/02/12

Korg Drum Machine Resurrected


Forgotten Keys has released FK11: Korg Rhythm 55B, a recreation of the Korg Rhythm 55B for Kontakt 4.2 or later.
The Korg Rhythm 55B (AKA KR-55B) was the 1982 follow-up to the Rhythm 55 released in 1979. The sound generation was identical but there was a doubling of preset rhythms, Intros and Fill-Ins as well as a major overhaul of the existing rhythm patterns.
Key Features
  • 12 sounds
  • 98 high-quality 24-bit samples
  • 96 rhythms (combinable)
  • 32 Intros
  • 32 Fill-ins
Pricing and Availability:
£5.50 More information:

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