Casio CZ1000 Phase Distortion Synth Sampled

Binary Music releases PD1000 for Kontakt, Ableton Live and Apple Logic Pro EXS24      28/11/13

Casio CZ1000 Phase Distortion Synth Sampled


Binary Music has announce a new library, PD1000, a collection of sounds from the Casio CZ1000 Phase Distortion synthesizer.  Originally manufactured in 1985, the CZ1000 was a full-size version of the CZ101. Notable users included The Human League, Moby, The Orb, Eat Static - it was perhaps most famously used by Vince Clarke.  Their library contains 108 patches made from 1,349, 24-bit samples and includes all of the original factory ROM sounds.

Pricing and Availability:
PD1000 is available as an instant download for £18 / €21 / $23 for Kontakt and £15 / €17 / $19 for Live and EXS24, including VAT in EU.

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