Wave Alchemy has introduced Spectrum for Kontakt 5. They describe it as a hybrid waveform synthesizer that delivers endless inspiration. This is what they have to say about it...
14 iconic vintage synthesizers, 10,000 samples and 175 unique patches; each expertly programmed and creatively combined into a single unified, incredibly powerful virtual instrument - our most versatile to date...
Over 18 months in development, our goal with Spectrum was to bring together under one roof the iconic sounds of the most sought-after analogue and digital synths in existence, with the ability to layer, blend and creatively transform patches, tones and timbres into fresh, organic, evolving sounds... Revolutionize the timeless sounds of yesteryear!
At the heart of Spectrum lies a beautiful, versatile collection of synth patches; each lovingly designed from the ground up using an impressive collection of iconic analogue and digital synthesizers:
Moog Minimoog Model D, Roland Juno-60, Roland Juno-106, Arp Odyssey, Korg MS-20, Roland JX8P, Moog Source, Roland Saturn 09, Roland SH-09, Moog MG-01, Korg Minikorg, Korg Poly-800, Future Retro XS and Yamaha DX5.
4 powerful oscillators are loaded with 175 characterful multi-sampled 'waveforms', which can be layered simultaneously and transformed into oblivion with Spectrum's ground-breaking editing and processing parameters!
This stunning instrument boasts a wealth of powerful analogue-modelled effects, filters, envelopes, LFO's and waveform editing parameters, along with an impressive on-board step sequencer and much more... A huge 'spectrum' of sounds are capable with this synth; from characterful analogue bass and leads to complex evolving pads, expressive chords, twisted analogue sequences and everything in between...
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