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  • Dash Signature HQS Vol.2 Minimoog EVE WusikStation Addon-CoBaLT
    January 6th, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®

    Dash Signature HQS Vol.2 Minimoog EVE WusikStation Addon-CoBaLT

    HQS Vol.2 Minimoog EVE WusikStation Addon

    Team CoBaLT | 07.25.2005 | 553.55 MB

    HQS Vol.2 is probably the definitive collection of sounds created and sampled in long format from a real Minimoog and sculpted by the synthisis tools in EVE and Wusik Station.You will find leads, split keyboards, basses , sound effects as well as extending the MiniMoog sound into spacial pads and synths with polyphony and stereo effects, thanks to the layering features of samplers. Amongst the sound set, you will find basses, organs, electric pianos, brass, pluck, fx and synthesised sounds, as well as a few of the formant sequences. But you wont find just professional mustisamples, also a bank of 128 EVE presets, featuring exciting and inspirational combinations of FS1r samples and EVE vintage sounds. Playing the sounds and making them come alive requires some techniques that were developed on the original MiniMoog. When playing leads, use the legato technique, playing smoothly on the keyboard without retriggering a full note on. Interesting timbres can be produced. The Legato technique along with pitch bend and mod wheel ( for vibrato) can create expressive leads and basses.



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    • EVE2 v2.51 AU VSTi WiN MAC-ASSiGN
      May 29th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®

      EVE2 v2.51 AU VSTi WiN MAC-ASSiGN

      EVE2 v2.51 AU VSTi WiN MAC

      TEAM ASSiGN | 15 JANUARY 2010 | WiN+MAC: 673MB

      What’s EVE? EVE stands for Electronic Vintage Ensemble, which suggests the design philosophy behind the instrument. EVE was made to recreate in the virtual world of softsynths the exciting and immediate experience of the early age of electronics in pop, rock and jazz music from the 1960’s and 1970’s. During this creative period in music history, many musicians started to employ the innovative sounds of the ‘electric keyboards’ which were newly available for use on stage and in the studio: Rhodes electric pianos, Hammond and Vox organs, Hohner clavinets, strings machines such as the Arp Solina string ensemble, Moog synthesizers, and all those that are now considered ‘classics’. It was not only keyboards that were a part of this revolution in popular music: the use of effects and recording techniques for layering, blending and manipulating sounds transformed the way music was produced and conceptualized. Tape based delay lines, rotating speaker cabinets, guitar distortion pedals, wah wah, phasing, flanging and other effects became an integral part of the process of sound design.



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