New Sounds For The Kronos AL-1 Sound Engine

Kid Nepro releases V8 Analog Sensation      04/09/13
New Sounds For The Kronos AL-1 Sound Engine


Kid Nepro tells us that Korg Kronos Volume #8 - "Analog Sensation" contains the finest in virtual analog synthesis for the Kronos AL-1 sound engine. 64 Programs - 32 Combis. He had this to say...

"Analog Sensation includes a sonically rich and varied palette of diverse sounds that will make your tracks rock. Programs feature new basses, leads, pads, strings and a wide mix of new synth & rhythmic sounds using the powerful Kronos step sequencer. All programmed for easy tweaking, just the way you would on a vintage analog synth.

Combi Mixes include a wide variety of styles that you can jam along with or use to spice up your rhythm tracks. Everything from Rock & Hip Hop to Dance & Funk styles that will get your head nodding and ready to jam. Analogue influenced arps, crunchy drum patterns, atmospheric keys and evolving pads all come together to give you that warm "analog sensation" that AL-1 is known for. Just load it in and get rocking!

All programs and combis include full KARMA functions and drum track as well as control assignments to the Kronos Joystick, Vector Stick, SW1 & SW2 and User Knobs 5-8. Analog Sensation is perfect for your next studio recording or live gig. Or if you just want to jam along, the cool KARMA grooves included on all 64 Programs & 32 Combis will have you jamming for hours."


Pricing and Availability:

$39

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Synth_Fan    Said...

Good sounds - any chance of porting this to the OASYS?

05-Sep-13 02:40 AM


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