Elvish Choir v2.0 by Soundiron – (KONTAKT)

Elvish Choir v2.0

The Disco 6000 from Sound Iron reproduces the classic sounds of the captivating Solton Disco 64. In collaboration with Ketron, this analog synthesizer/kettledrum shape was manufactured in Germany between 1978 and 1982. This is a boxed early Italo Disco! It contains two SSM2040 filters, which were utilized in recent Prophet 5 iterations of the renowned Sequential Circuits. This gives it a distinctive analog-like coarse tone. The removable clavier has 36 keys and a variety of knobs and buttons for operating the thrum machine. Several drum loops, as well as synth sustains and staccatos, can be preset in Disco 6000. Soundiron reproduces the channel articulations in both direct flax and car stereo. The Soundiron hand-guile twenty then releases atmospherical padnag from the fountain appease to make this party more obstinate. Disco 6000 is the place to go if you want to tweak your next 1980 dance track with friendly funky gouge and primitive synths. The GUI of Soundiron has a lot of safe-prepare checks, allowing you to warp the sound in a variety of ways.

 Volume, Attack, Release, Transient Offset, Vibrato, and Octave layering are all in your control. You can export tied and portamento leads with the "Glide" government slider. Additionally, you'll find an accommodating LFO system with tempo-syncing, vanish-in opportunity, speed, earnestness, and selectable LFO image. You can also choose from 13 lowpass, high-care, and FX filters, all of which have assignable accent control options. These filters include celestial, mod wheel, emission, after-try, key site, and footprint-sequencer scheme guide. The built-in rapidity sequencer table and the customizable arpeggiator can also be used to control arp management, swing, randomization, and Time. Disco 6000 was a monument recorded in a dry studio with immediate line-in and a pair of bulky Neumann TLM 103 microphones.

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