WOODLAND Hills, Calif. /Music Industry Newswire/ — Kurzweil is unapproachable to announce a recover of a new Sound Download Library exclusively for a PC3K line of Synthesizer Workstations. Now accessible for giveaway download on Kurzweil’s website, a initial dual collections of samples and programs accessible in a library are from Kurzweil’s acclaimed Synthscapes and Take 6 Vocals.
Originally grown for a mythological K Series keyboards, these implausible sound collections have been brought brazen to a PC3K array stability Kurzweil’s joining to non-obsolescence by design. Many some-more samples and module collections will be supposing in a nearby destiny serve adding value to owners of PC3K keyboards.
These endless sound collections were grown with perfected courtesy to fact and accessible in some of a world’s best studios. They helped to build a bequest of a famous K Series keyboards and now they’re accessible to raise a latest era of Kurzweil instruments. Synthscapes provides a palette of rich, formidable digital waveforms, many of that are layered together and total with analog filters. Bearing a name of a acclaimed outspoken group, a Take 6 library facilities countless outspoken articulations, with a accumulation of singular and garb voices.
In a arriving months, Kurzweil will be releasing additional representation collections to a Sound Download Library online, including a Bass Gallery, Classic Analog Synths and Up From a Curb (percussion loops featuring Bashiri Johnson).
More information: www.kurzweil.com/Product.php?product=208tab=downloads .
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