I never realized how many great realistic and fun sounds there are in the library but it's now going to get a lot more play and attention from me. I'm most interested in those 80s analogy is that a word? It was warm and analog-ish and very tweakable. Personally I think I prefer the Emu One because it sounds so unique. I have the Korg Legacy Collection, and the M1 is a Rompler beast. It's definitely better than Emulation One especially with the interface.Next
Also they've given me pretty great customer service. The experience is completed with user interfaces inspired by the character of each instruments physical counterpart, providing users both deep editing capabilities and a streamlined workflow. Click on the different category headings to find out more and change our default settings. If you are not willing to field questions then your post will be removed. The information does not usually directly identify you, but it can give you a more personalized web experience.Next
Criticism of gear or the people that buy it based on your opinion of its cost is not. What I know is that the sounds I hear in the demos are pretty much the sounds I've heard on 80's songs. The sounds were multi-sampled fastidiously after being sculpted by world-class outboard gear. . The bundle is available for purchase now.Next
Farfisa electric combo organ 19. This two-stage process stamped the soundset with both analogue punch from the tape saturation and digital weight from the sampling conversion. I bought a boxed version off of E-Bay for under 300. This has been thirty years coming. All instruments in Vintage Vault are sample-based, reproducing the authentic sounds of real hardware synthesizers, samplers and drum machines with all the conveniences of modern software.Next
This is an instant way to transport yourself to 1986. Windows users should select the first. Click it again, and the other settings are reinstated exactly as they were before. Posts lacking a comment will be removed at the moderators discretion. Some of these are totally transparent, but others can be pretty audible — adding strange little crackles and twitches to the sound and paying testament to the fact that pushing the boundaries of sampling in the 80s sometimes meant trying to loop the unloopable.Next
Let us know how it goes for ya! Windows Xp Vista 7 8 8. This information might be about you, your preferences or your device and is mostly used to make the site work as you expect it to. Do you have anything to say about the sound set on offer? A comprehensive collection of 50 instruments, 111 drum machines and over 7,000 hand-crafted presets giving you the most important synth and drum machines sounds from the last 50 years. Besides you'll kick yourself later if you don't lol :-- The only other thing I would recommend that would be an even pricier option thou is get the vintage vault. Ed does sound design for other synths too, so. That alone is lifetime of listening and playablility but then you'd have to decide on is it better to go through patches the rest of your life or compose a song haha.
However, having thought about this I'm not sure I want or need a full set. Using their instruments is like discovering a lost tribe in the digital jungle… pure, but slightly uncivilized. I really hadn't had much time to play with it until this offer put it back on the radar for me. The magic of software virtual instruments! Experience the authentic sounds of vintage hardware instruments with all the simplicity of software. Explore the history of synthesis and the machines that defined the sounds of the last 5 decades. Personal attacks, insults, and bad faith criticism of other posters' equipment or music will not be tolerated.Next
I'll likely pick this up because I'm a sucker for these sounds. I'm not familiar with the original so I don't know how tweakable the samples were on the original units. Each category has roughly about 15 to 30 patches. You'd be totally covered with 80's and more. It might make more sense for me to pick up the whole Vintage Vault bundle plus the rest rather than picking them up one at a time.