Ableton has announced it is offering a bundle of Retro Synths 1980s and MachineKits by Puremagnetik at a limited time discount.
Puremagnetik’s Retro Synths 1980s features the sounds of synthesizers that defined an era – from the legendary rich tones of Roland‘s Jupiter series of synths, through the classic analog purity of the Korg PolySix, to the characteristically crystalline voice of the Yamaha DX7. Retro Synths 1980s also includes a selection of finely-tailored instruments that fully capture the charm of lesser-known synths such as the EDP Wasp or the Casio CZ-1.
The MachineKits collection is a high-quality library of electronic percussion programmed by the same sound designers who created Ableton Live’s Drum Machines. The collection boasts nearly 1GB of audio and 1900 samples (24-bit, 96 kHz), comprising six sophisticated kits and more than 120 intricately programmed Live Clips. Advanced Macro mappings for precision sound tweaking and performance make MachineKits a versatile and playable addition to Live users’ percussion palette.
The Retro Synths 1980s and MachineKits bundle is available to purchase for 49 EUR / $59 USD until August 29th, 2012 (~30% off regular).
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