Roland Alpha Juno Synth Simulated

Puremagnetik Releases Aleph I Ableton Live Pack, Kontakt & Logic Sound Library      13/07/17

Roland Alpha Juno Synth Simulated


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Puremagnetik say that they are uncovering one of synthesizer history's hidden gems with Aleph I. They tell us that you can now tap into the Roland Alpha Juno's signature 1980s strings, pianos, pads, basses and leads. Here's the story in their own words...

Puremagnetik's sound design team has scrupulously emulated the original "Factory A" presets - with their filter settings - and programmed it as an Ableton Live Pack, Kontakt and Logic Instrument. This first volume includes over 30 multi-sampled instruments from a diverse swath of timbres, all ready to dial up and begin jamming with.

Aleph I Ableton Live Pack includes a library of over 30 individual patches with Push-ready Macro programmings, and easily editable rack effects.

Aleph I for Kontakt includes a customized interface for simple and expressive patch tweaking. Instantly dial up modulations or time based effects from within the Kontakt GUI.

Aleph I for Logic includes a collection of Patches programmed with Smart Controls for easy editing and sound manipulation.

Minimum Requirements

• 700 MB Free Disk Space
• Puremagnetik Spark or Century Account
• Ableton Live 9.7, Kontakt 5, Logic X

Pricing and Availability:
On sale at $8.00 (Regular price: $20.00)

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