New Sounds For Korg Kronos

Kid Nepro releases Electric Guitars V2      07/07/16

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Kid Nepro has released a second collection of Electric Guitar sounds for the Kronos HD-1 Synth Engine. Electric Guitars V2 features 32 Programs, 16 Combis and 100 MB of Samples. This is what Kid Nepro has to say about it...

Korg Kronos - Electric Guitars Volume 2 has picked up where Volume 1 left off. With another hot collection of new Guitar samples for Kronos. Kid Nepro teamed up with veteran guitar player and sound guru, John McShane to record another amazing mix of new samples. From this material, they spent numerous hours carefully manipulating and morphing the sounds to forge a sound library that will no doubt be your Kronos go to library for E-Guitars.

All programs and combis include full KARMA functions and drum track as well as control assignments to the Kronos Joystick, Vector Stick, SW1 & SW2 and User Knobs 5-8. Kronos Electric Guitars V2 is perfect for your next studio recording or live gig. Or if you just want to jam along, the cool KARMA grooves included on all 32 Programs & 16 Combis will have you jamming for hours.

Electric Guitars V2 was programmed by keyboard player, composer & sound programmer Steve Proto. Steve has been programming Korg synthesizers since 1985. He has produced sounds for nearly every synth workstation that Korg has released since then - including the Korg M1, 01W, Trinity, Triton, KARMA & M3 Series. Steve has created thousands of sounds for over twenty Korg synths over the past three decades.


Pricing and Availability:
$69. Free same day download delivery. Sounds are compatible with all Kronos models including the original Kronos, Kronos X and Kronos 2. Version 3 OS required.

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