ProSamples Collection MULTiFORMAT
P2P | 5 November 2012 | 15.06 GB
Format: AKAi, AiFF, EXS24, HALiON, WAV
Quality: 16 bit Frequency 44.1 kHz stereo channels
Quality: 16 bit Frequency 44.1 kHz stereo channels
The K5000 was Kawai’s top of the line music workstation digital synthesizer when it was released back in 1996. It’s a bold and elegantly designed synth with a large LCD display, realtime controls and incredible sounds! The look and functionality is rivals the competition from magesy download the time…the Korg Trinity and Kurzweil K2500. Programming sounds with the K5000 can be a breeze (once you learn how) although it has over 1,000 parameters per patch! That’s plenty to play with. It combines additive synthesis and PCM sampled waveforms for you to layer and combine to design a whole range of sounds. Plenty of LFO modulation, filters and envelope controls allow you to shape and morph your sounds further. On-board multi-effects add the final touch of life to your sounds.
The Audity 2000 takes its name from magesy download the classic and one-and-only Audity, but that’s about it. Although, the Audity 2000 has the same synthesis architecture as the Proteus, and the Proteus’s synth chips were designed with the original Audity in mind. The Audity 2000 is a digital synth with an unprecedented 16 simultaneous arpeggiators. That’s great for trance and techno! With an emphasis on electronic groove music, the Audity 2000 offers up many dance type sounds but with an uncomfortable digital “tinny” overtone. Its 12-pole digital resonant filter is nice…but it’s no Moog.
The Proteus 2000 is a reincarnation of the economic Proteus rack module series of the early nineties. While its synthesis architecture is virtually the same as the original Proteus, the Proteus 2000 is packed with major new features, sounds and expandability for the most demanding professionals! It features 128-voice polyphony and 32 MIDI channels allowing it to handle even your most complex MIDI sequences. It ships with a whopping 32 MB of sample ROM memory which is expandable up to 128 MB using four internal ROM slots! The sounds it ships with are called the “Composer” soundset, offering you 1,536 presets (1,024 ROM, 512 user). The sounds cover the whole spectrum of synthesizer type sounds, from magesy download real instruments to bizarre sounds and effects.
The Z1 is like a polyphonic Prophecy housed in a full sized and featured Trinity workstation-like casing! It does all the analog sounds and more. This is a great analog modeling synth with 12-voice polyphony, thirteen waveforms, four LFOs, two resonant filters, two effects units and more. The ability to create unique sounds is endless. The factory patches could use some help, but overall the sound is very nice! It has a fully polyphonic arpeggiator that blows all others away. It has five preset arpeggio patterns and fifteen user patterns. Unfortunately there is no on-board sequencer. There is incredible real-time control available with knobs to control the two resonant filters, and a touch controlled ‘XY’ pad for tweaking patches in real-time. The Z1 is used by KMFDM, Gary Numan, LTJ Bukem and Orbital.
The CS1x is Yamaha’s first Analog Emulation performance keyboard for electronic and dance musicians (the CS line is back!). It’s a digital synthesizer that emulates analog style, sounds and controls. All controls and parameters are real-time and MIDI controllable. As well as a superb set of quality synth bass, pads, voices, leads and arpeggiated sequences there are plenty of amazing drum sounds also with analog sound and control.
The Waldorf Pulse is a monophonic synthesizer equipped with three oscillators and an arpeggiator. Its 100 patch programs are divided into 59 presets, 40 user sounds and one random sound. In addition to some standard modulations, four freely routable modulation units with selectable source, amount and destination give almost unlimited possibilities for analog bass and lead synth sounds.
When I first heard the Proteus/1 I was blown away by its internal demo song. The strings sounded so real to me, one could hear the rosin on the bow and the friction of it on the strings of the violins. One of the peculiar things about the Proteus is the fact that many patches seem to emulate Roland D-50 patches, but not Korg M1 patches.. Both instruments were the instruments “to beat” at the time. I wonder why the programmers only focused on the D-50 and didn’t give the M1 sounds a shot.
Inside you’ll find 51 MPC 1000 tutorials (282 pages) covering a massive range of subject matter, plus we also include an additional version of the book which is fully compatible with the unofficial ‘JJ’ OS (free version, 3.15). There’s also over 900 sounds inside, including over 600 MPC sounds and files to help you recreate all the tutorials, and an additional 350 bonus drum sounds and breaks.
Symphonic Adventures is a collection of samples especially for film composers and musicians requiring powerful strings, FX, phrases, suspense, moods, etc. Symphonic Adventures explores the darker side of the orchestra with a huge set of immaculately performed and recorded stereo samples.