SonicCouture Synthi AKS
EXS24 KONTAKT SAMPLES
The E.M.S. Synthi AKS is a legendary instrument with an illustrious history. First manufactured in 1972 by E.M.S in Putney, South-West London, The Synthi A was basically a portable version of EMS’s famous VCS3 synthesiser, and the KS Keyboard (a playable 30-note touchplate) was added to make the Synthi AKS. It cost u420.It was quickly adopted by the likes of Brian Eno and Pink Floyd, and has been used by experimental musicians ever since.
The Synthi has a unique patching system that uses a small patchbay grid. Each of the Synthi’s components appear as a source and destination on the patchbay, and by placing a pin into that x-y position, you can route the signal from one component to the other. This was a very effective way to make a powerful modular system very compact.
02.15.2008 | BSOUNDZ | RAR SIZE 1.05 GB
FORMAT….: EXS24/KONTAKT [Read more…]