An Expanded Organ

Precisionsound releases Tranzitone for NI Kontakt 4 & 5      06/06/12
An Expanded Organ


Precisionsound tells us that Tranzitone for NI Kontakt 4 & 5 combines the sounds and features of a transistor organ, a string machine, and an analogue-style synthesizer.
Tranzitone contains:
  • Over 700 samples at 24-bit, 44.1 kHz quality
  • An easy-to-use interface for comprehensive sound design
  • A collection of 60 presets
  • A default NKI to use as a starting point for your own patches
A Precisionsound spokesperson told Sonic State, "Tranzitone expands the traditional transistor organ concept by adding powerful synthesizer functions. Instead of transistor switches, you have multiple drawbars, ADSR envelopes, a Moog-style ladder filter, Leslie cabinet and rotating speaker, convolution reverb with custom impulses, and much more. Twenty-nine simultaneous registers, including five dedicated bass registers, allow you to build up complex sound textures unlike anything else around."
The multisampled registers of Tranzitone have their source in the flagship Electone D-85 organ by Yamaha. The full version of Kontakt 4 or 5 is required Tranzitone does not work with the free Kontakt Player!
Pricing and Availability:
Tranzitone costs $39 (+$11 if you want it on DVD) More information:
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