YAMAHA Plugins Pack WiN x86
TEAM R2R | 12.03.2013 | 35.5 MB
CS-80 V is our modeled version of the legendary Yamaha™ CS-80, considered by many to be the ultimate polyphonic synthesizer of the late ‘70s. Huge in size and price tag, the CS-80 was a flagship synthesizer of the 1970’s. It’s unique dual voice layout allowed for rich and full sounds that have not been matched to this day. It was popularized by artists such as Toto, Jean-Michel Jarre, Klaus Schulze, Stevie Wonder, Vangelis, Ultravox and Peter Gabriel, to name a few. Hit song after hit song has turned this synthesizer into a true legend. More than three decades after its release, the time has come to rediscover a sound that has contributed extensively to the history of music.
Yamaha PSR 3000 – NKI is a library of sounds of the most powerful workstation Yamaha PSR 3000. Here the best are included all presets from hardware model. Yamaha PSR 3000 it is one their most popular workstations. The given library allows to have sounds of this instrument at you on a computer.
Here it is! The only complete collection of Drum Machines on CD ROM! Mapped to General MIDI with an Audio CD version on the same CD. Every crucial drum machine since the early 70’s is mapped out and ready to use and swap out. You get 39 classic Drum Machines, all of the Roland classics, Sequential, Korg, Simmons, Yamaha, Alesis, E-MU, Oberheim, Linn and AKAI machines. These drums kick, shout and breath life into every project!
The Wersi Drum Composer CX5 is an early digital drum machine with a punchy, aggressive sound that was clearly intended to poach on Simmons’s territory. Physically, it’s a monolithic slab of grey metal and plastic livened up by dozens of LEDs and a cool, Ensoniq-style vacuum fluorescent display; sonically, its low-bit-depth samples make for gritty, compressed loops that can add a really hefty foundation to a track. (It’s no relation to the Yamaha CX5 music computer, by the way; that’s a totally different monolithic slab of grey mid-80s metal and plastic!) Released back in 1985 and intended for use either as a standalone drum machine or as a “brain” for a set of Wersi drum pads – they really were hoping to cannibalise some SDS sales! – the CX5 is surprisingly sophisticated in terms of programming and pattern creation and has a very useful spread of samples: both classic kit pieces and a couple of notable surprises, in the form of the ‘Hey!’ and ‘Aha’ hits (take a listen to the demo…). The early digital sound lends a lot of weight to the kick and tom pieces, while hi hats and cymbals have a nice fizz and crackle to them. There are snare rolls, some pretty awesome claps, and a handful of neat percussion pieces thrown in too, which are great for adding a Latin element to your loops.
Darth Vader styling, shiny FM tones and tines! • 8 classic piano and EP patches recreated in meticulous detail, using multiple velocity layers and over 830Mb of compressed samples • Combine, balance and detune any two Patches in an authentic recreation of a genuine DX Program slot • Full Tines patch in all its glory… go on, you know you want to ???? • We think there are sounds in this thing that will pleasantly surprise even hardened DX-skeptics If you were alive in the 1980s, you were probably exposed to unhealthy amounts of Yamaha DX7 at an early age. In fact, even now, scientists tell us that people who live in cities rather than the countryside are never at any time more than 2 meters away from a DX7.