Rattly And Raw have released the CasSYNTHerette, which they describe as two synths, one using waveforms from classic synthesisers sampled from a very rare, stable, full range cassette recorder with loads of character and the other using waveforms sampled using the dirty, noisy Cassamplerette recording mechanism. Whilst the Cassamplerette was looped and single shot recordings of real instruments, the CasSYNTHerette is a fully functional synthesis instrument using waveforms from some classic synth oscillators recorded and looped onto different cassette tape systems.
A spokesperson told us, "It's capable of screaming modern leads with serious definition, massive basses, ethereal pads, crazy fx, and tons more. However, everything has at least, a little touch of the CasSYNTHerette character. It's unlike any other synth! Embrace the warm, wobbing world of our unique cassette-based instruments. You'll never look back and they'll fit in your productions like no other sounds do!"
Both CasSYNTHerettes share the same features
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