• Masterbits Klaus Schulze Sampling Collection Vol.1 CDDA WAV-KRock
    October 26th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®

    Masterbits Klaus Schulze Sampling Collection Vol.1 CDDA WAV-KRock

    Klaus Schulze Sampling Collection Vol.1

    Team KRock | November 12 2010 | 499.52 MB

    This one is quite a rarity, classic Klaus Schulze (Synthesizer pioneer; Tangerine Dream) sounds from a Sampling CD sold in 1991, limited to 999 units.Advanced sound sampling library. Featuring sounds from Fairlight II, Moog-C-III-Modular-System, EMS Synth A, Crumar GDS, Mellotron, CS-80 PPG 2.2, ARP-Odyssey, ARP-2600, Korg DVP-1 Vocoder, Korg PS-3300, MKS-70, K-1000, Microwave, JD-800 and SY-99.

    Viewed 89638 By Music Producers.

    • ARP 2600 Drums Reason REFiLL
      October 3rd, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: Combinator, REDRUM, ReFiLL

      ARP 2600 Drums Reason REFiLL

      ARP 2600 Drums Reason REFiLL

      P2P | 13 November 2013 | 12 MB

      Daniel is the founder of Mute Records, probably the most famous record label involved in electronic music, and home to the likes of Depeche Mode and Goldfrapp. He also makes music (e.g. The Normal’s classic ‘Warm Leatherette’), and has his own radio show.

      Viewed 38620 By Music Producers.

      • ARP 2600 V v3.7.1.1263 WiN MAC-MORiA
        September 13th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®

        ARP 2600 V v3.7.1.1263 WiN MAC-MORiA

        ARP 2600 V v3.5.0.3410 MAC

        MORiA | 23 April 2021 | WiN+MAC: 377.3 MB


        The Magic Mix

        While the original instrument was a wonder to use, we always find ways to innovate and improve. Four revolutionary modulation generators add sonic flexibility and the step sequencer will allow you to animate your sounds. The multimode filter and output audio effects add new possibilities not found in the original….and did we mention it is fully polyphonic?

        Viewed 93019 By Music Producers.

        • ARP 2600 V Explored TUTORiAL
          July 4th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
          Categories: TUTORiALS

          ARP 2600 V Explored TUTORiAL

          ARP 2600 V Explored®

          FANTASTiC | 20 June 2020 | 1.6 GB

          ARP 2600 V is a faithful recreation of one of the most versatile and iconic synthesizers of all time. Learn this semi-modular synth inside and out, with this in-depth course by trainer and producer Rishabh Rajan! Created in the early ’70s by Alan R. Pearlman (his initials is where the name ARP comes from) with David Friend and Lewis G. Pollock, the ARP 2600 is considered by many to be the holy grail of analog synthesizers. Heard on countless records (Stevie Wonder, Genesis, The Who, Jean Michel Jarre, Depeche Mode to name a few), this semi-modular analog monster was even used to create the voice of R2-D2 in Star Wars. And now you too can use the ARP’s synthesis power directly in your DAW. But let’s be honest, this powerhouse synth has quite a steep learning curve. That’s why we asked synthesis master Rishabh Rajan to create this in-depth course and demystify this super deep instrument. Rishabh begins the course with an overview of various modules and explains the normalled routing of the synth. Then, he focuses on the oscillator section, revealing the differences between VCO 1, 2 and 3 and explaining how oscillator sync works. The further you dive in the course, the more you discover its infinite sound design possibilities. The Filter, the Envelopes, effects and mixer are all covered in detail and demonstrated with numerous patching examples. You also get a detailed look at the sequencer, the LFO section, the Global section and a lot more.

          Viewed 11275 By Music Producers.

          • The Electronic Garden’s ARP Collection KONTAKT
            May 22nd, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
            Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT

            The Electronic Garden's ARP Collection KONTAKT

            ARP Collection KONTAKT

            P2P | May 15, 2012 | 338 MB

            I’ve collected a number of vintage synthesizers here at The Electronic Garden and the ARP instruments are among my favorites. ARP existed to give Moog a run for his money with affordable, stable and powerful synthesizers, string machines and even a stand alone sequencer. Even now, these instruments perform surprisingly well, and have become sought-after on the secondhand market, fetching ridiculously high prices. I’ve seen ARP 2600s going for six grand in recent months. Wow!

            Viewed 60785 By Music Producers.

1 2 Next