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EtHnO | 03.22.2004 | 364 MB
History of Roland, by Discovery, brings us all the classic synths originally produced by the company Roland. Like no other electronic music company in history, Roland has always been innovative and on the cutting edge of technology. Even in the days of analog only synths, Roland consistently brought to the market a large number of synths that eventually became classics. Discovery has solved the problem of where to find all of these in working order and how to do so inexpensively. This disc includes the Juno-106, Juno-6, SH-1 / 2, SH-101 / System-100, RS-09, MC-202, MKS-80, Jupiter-6 / 8, VP-300 vocoder and a special section of wonderfully conceived phrases that combine all of these.
The long-awaited sampling collection of traditional Japanese instruments, folk songs, and chants has arrived.
Discovery Japan delivers the true sound and feel of the traditional Japanese musical culture. The instrumentalists and vocalists have been recorded in isolation, not as ensembles, and the sound quality is excellent. Real Japanese folk vocal section includes male and female swoops, glides, and a variety of tonal color and format shifts. The instrumental tracks include two types of shamisen, plus shakuhachi, koto, and more. Many synths have patches with these instrument names, but no synth has captured the soul of these ethnic instruments the way Discovery Japan has. Discovery Japan is the real deal.
Discovery brings and arsenal of original Korg Synths, Korg organs, and Korg drum machines with the History of Korg disc.
You remember, don’t you? All synths used to have no program memory and were monophonic. You don’t? Well, Discovery not only remembers, but we’ve got an arsenal of original Korg Synths, Korg organs and Korg drum machines and a programming staff that knows how to get the best out of them. Included are the CX3, PS-3100/3200, PE-2000, M-500SP, Sigma, Lambda, Trident, VC-10 vocoder, MS-20, Mono/Poly, Poly-Six, Poly-61, Poly-800, DW-8000 and DD1/5, KRP-77, KR-55B, Donca Matic and Stage Man drum machines. History of Korg is available in Audio CD, Kurzweil CD-ROM (History of Analog) and as a Akai CD-ROM. Check out what the review team at Electronic Musician has to say about Discovery’s History of Korg: You can now play those old Korg mono synths polyphonically! Exciting filter and resonance sweeps. The Trident, Lamda and Sigma all have moments of glory. These Trident string samples offer you analog strings at their zenith. Nifty Poly-800 chord samples and gooey synth tones from both a PolySix and a Poly-61…
Heat up your music, Jamaican style! It’s reggae for new generation.The legendary Bob Marley put reggae on the global map, and the popularity of this ethnic has never waned. Its hypnotic rhythms and grooves are captured on this sampling library, which includes 662 files in duplicate Acidized Wav and Rex2 format. You will get drum loops (54-149BPM), guitars, keyboards, percussion loops, and sound effects for building complete tracks.
The unique atmosphere of Vietnam is captured in this new library. Recorded in Ho Chi Minh City, the rich traditional instruments and sounds on this disc are presented in different formats. Asia and Europe come together in this evocative collection from Vietnam. The historical influence of China, Japan, and France is evident in Vietnam’s culture and music, and captured on this collection. Enjoy an eclectic range of instruments and musical flavors, including Vietnamese spoken word and rap music,as well as traditional instrumental songs and sounds, such as Jews-harp, samisen, xylophone, syakuhachi, the dan bau, and more. A total of 413 files constitute the disc in ACID/WAV/REX2/BATTERY/KONTAKT/MACHFIVE formats. Experience the unique atmosphere of Vietnam in digital audio. This is Vietnam!
Discovery releases the long-awaited library of Ainu sounds.The natural sounds produced in Hokkaido are rich, warm, and delicate, but they can evoke power and strength when combined.This new library contains the beautiful music and voices of Ms. Umeko Ando, an acclaimed Mukkuri (Jews harp) player among Ainu musicians.It consists of her slow and meditative Upopo (songs), plus the evocative sounds of the Ainu traditional stringedinstrument Tonkori.These sounds have not been available until now!