New Sounds For The Kronos HD-1 Sound Engine

Kid Nepro releases Korg Kronos Volume #7 – Wave Machine      02/05/13

Kid Nepro tells us that Wave Machine is a collection of 64 programs and 32 combis that transform Kronos into a superior cinematic synth instrument.

A spokesperson told us, "Wave Machine recreates the classic sound of the Korg Wavestation, while adding all the modern features found in Kronos to create a powerful new set of sounds. Along with the usual programs and combis, Kid Nepro has designed 32 new Wave Sequences containing lot's of funky rhythmic loops and spacy evolving pads, that will no doubt spark some new ideas on your next project. All your favorite Wavestation sounds with a brand new 21st century update.

While programming Wave Machine, Kid Nepro teamed up with veteran sound design and sound effect mastermind John McShane to record a monumental collection of pads, synth sounds and sound effects. Also included are four new drum kits with hundreds of new drum & percussion samples. From this material, Kid Nepro spent numerous hours carefully manipulating and morphing the sounds to forge a sound library that will no doubt be your Kronos secret weapon."



Pricing and Availability:

$69 USD.


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Peter K.    Said...

Also worth checking out is the excellent Wavestation set of sounds by Karo sounds. Great sounds, great value!

Kid Nepro is a great company; I've dealt with them in the past and they're really good.

19-May-13 11:54 PM


Peter K.    Said...

Nice demo, this sounded really good, and it's a different vibe from the Karo stuff.

19-May-13 11:56 PM


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