Rare Electric Organ Revisited

US Soundiron's Principessa library captures the sound of the Princess organ      29/04/20

SOUNDIRON · Principessa


Principessa is the newest addition to the Vintage Keys Series from Soundiron. They tell us that this library captures the vintage and classic sound of the very rare 'Princess' organ, a 2-tiered electric organ featuring a rich analog synthesizer tone with a creamy low and mid-range and soft rolled-off highs. It's made for the full version of Kontakt 5.5+.
A spokesperson told us, “We've captured 15 different articulation types including Bass Clarinet, Flutes, Strings, Trombone, Piano and Vibraphones. We also created 20 custom factory FX presets and 30 unique sound-designed synth patches, pads, drones and atmospheres from the raw source to give you a full range of creative options while capturing the aesthetics and cultural moment of the 1970s. Principessa is perfect for soundtracks, electronic music and anything that needs a hint of mellow retro flavor.”

Pricing and Availability:
Principessa is on sale until May 12th for $19.00 (MSRP $29.00)

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