MESSE08: Korg Supercharge The M3

512 new sounds for the M3 workstation offered for free      12/03/08

MESSE08: Korg Supercharge The M3


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Korg tell us that, in response to feedback from its customers around the world, together with an unparalleled commitment to continue to add value to its flagship workstation, the M3, they have recently created 512 additional Programs which are now available to download free from the Korg UK website. These new sounds cover a number of essential sounds such as classic keyboards, guitars, basses, brass, woodwind and more.
These new sounds double the internal EDS Programs available on the M3 , from the current 512 programs to 1024.
Here are just some of the sounds that are included:
    Piano
    • Clear-cut piano sounds that are useful for solo playing and also stand out in a group context.
    • Variations that simulate playing with different finger touches.
    • Brighter sounds that are useful both for rock and jazz music.
    • Upright piano sounds reminiscent of famous British rock tunes.
    • Popular M1 piano and various stage piano sounds commonly used in the 80s.
    • Layered sounds with strings or synths.
    Electric pianos, Clavinet
    • Vintage electric piano sounds with nuances simulating the varying condition of different instruments.
    • Popular vintage electric piano sounds with appropriate settings for auto-panning, chorus, delay, etc.
    • Classic reed-based piano sounds with typical tremolo settings.
    • Variations offering the sound of using a guitar amp's natural distortion.
    • Sounds with key-off noise emulations.
    Strings
    • Acoustic string sounds and vintage string keyboard sounds.
    Brass and woodwind
    • A wide variety of sounds that are immediately useful for ensemble parts.
    • Brass and woodwind sounds which combine multiple instruments, such as trumpet and trombone, flute, horns and strings, etc.
    Guitars
    • Realistic guitar sounds using a wide variety of amp types and sizes.
    • Inspiring and immediately useful sounds with classic distortion,
    • chorus and delay effects.
    Synths
    • Simple and easy-to-use analog synth sounds.
    • Vintage solo/lead synth sounds covering the “must-haveâ€� sounds from the 70’s and 80’s.
    Pricing and Availability:
    Free for download More information and sound download:


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