Mark One Rhodes Sampled

US Puremagnetik releases PM Mark One for Ableton Live, Kontakt, Logic/Garageband      30/01/08

Mark One Rhodes Sampled


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Puremagnetik has released PM Mark One, a collection 24-bit instruments and loops sampled from the Rhodes Mark One.
The PM Mark One is available for Ableton Live 6/7, Kontakt 2/3, Logic and GarageBand. Puremagnetik tell us that, sampled more for its character and less for its perfection, the PM Mark One brings a "flavor" all its own to the studio or stage. This release also includes over 60 audio loops played by professional jazz, funk and R&B keyboardists.
The Ableton Live version of PM Mark One also includes 5 custom built amp and speaker emulations in Ableton Rack format.
Amp Types Include
  • Chazzus Amp
    This jazzy amp highlights the bright attack of the hammered tines, while the chorus tone gives the sustaining notes a sense of motion.
  • Phansder Amp
    A classic guitar amp with tough compression and gritty tube saturation feeding a colorful phaser to achieve a wet and dirty tone.
  • Taxi Amp
    Gentle tremolo amp.
  • Wowow Amp
    This talking amp uses light compression, and a sensitive wah pedal effect to create a very dynamic and expressive sound. The wah pedal is also synchronized to rock back and forth in tempo.
  • Echo Amp
    A simulated tape delay inserted after the amp and cabinet model. Increasing the feedback will also raise the filter frequency to avoid overloading the upper mids.
The PM Mark One Features
  • 24 bit Multisampled Rhodes Mark I
  • Over 60 Audio Loops
  • 5 Amp and Cabinet Models for Ableton Live
  • Easy Edit KSP Control Panels for Kontakt
  • Macro Mapping and Advanced Rack Functions for Ableton Live
Pricing and Availability:
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