Fingerpushers has released VZone, a new sample-based instrument for Kontakt.
VZone sets the focus on one of the coolest digital instruments ever built: the Casio VZ. Compared with Casios highly successful CZ-series, Casio created the VZ – a vastly improved synthesizer using Casios own FM-style architecture: iPD (Interactive Phase Distortion).
VZone is a celebration of all things VZ. First we sampled 24 of our favorite sounds, and to make sure the sounds could be used for more than its original style, we looped each and every sound. If you ever tried to loop an FM-style bass sound, you understand we put in a lot of work capturing the waveforms.
There are three identical oscillators, where each sound has its own volume, envelope, pitch, pan and filter. Creating massive stacks is as simple as blending your favorite sounds together.
VZone comes with 102 presets spanning from bells and pads to basses and leads.
- 323 megabyte sound pool. The oscillators have been sampled in great detail. Even sounds traditionally difficult to loop has been looped.
- 102 presets.
- All files in 44.1 kHz, 16 bit WAV format. Requires Kontakt 4 or newer.
The sound library costs 19.90 EUR.
More information: Fingerpushers