Two Kontakt Instruments Based On Analog Synths

Karanyi Sounds releases Analog Nightmares and Analog Tales      28/10/21

Karanyi Sounds is releasing what they describe as two of their most advanced Kontakt Instruments to date: Analog Nightmares and its twin brother Analog Tales. They say that they are for the versatile creator who's looking for vintage sounds, modern leads, modulated soundscapes, EDM basses and more.

A spokesperson had this to say, "Whether creating a new film score, a cinematic trailer, or an electronic music track, one can decide to go completely random and control 160+ onscreen controls with just one click, or dive deep and tweak everything manually. The four synth modules and 1 sub synth layer can be blended together seamlessly, making for a multi-layer engine that is capable of complex sound design. On top of that the Sub Bass Module - sampled from vintage Oberheim synth will give extra warmth and depth. The Four classic and modern synths are sampled with a completely analog signal path (studio-quality 48kHz/ 24bit) which will allow everyone to play, mix, tweak, modulate and create their very own hybrid monster!"

Pricing and Availability:
Analog Nightmares is available for $39 (instead of $60) from 28th of October.
Analog Tales is available for $49 (instead of $75) from 28th of October

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