New Sounds For Your Nautilus

GB Kid Nepro's Sonix Bliss features classic FM synth sounds      24/01/22

Kid Nepro has released Korg Nautilus KRS-81 - Sonix Bliss, a new set of sounds for the Mod-7 Synth Engine. A spokesperson told us, "This is an amazing assortment of Programs and Combis perfect for Producers and Keyboard Players looking for some great FM synth sounds to add to Nautilus."

Here's the details direct from Kid Nepro...

Sonix Bliss includes a wide assortment of classic FM synth sounds and a mix of complex programs and combis that's guaranteed to spice up your Nautilus with some new ideas for your next track. Everything from that 80's DX style Rhodes Pianos to modern 21st century synths, with a great mix of basses, leads, pads, drums, percussion and much more.

All programs and combis include Dual ARP functions and Drum Track as well as control assignments to the Nautilus Joystick, SW1 & SW2 and User Knobs 5-8. The result is the best FM sound with the best modern controls that will inspire you to create amazing new music. All thrill and no fill.

Nautilus Sonix Bliss is perfect for your next studio recording or live gig. Or if you just want to jam along, the cool ARP grooves and drum beats included on all 64 Programs & 32 Combis will have you jamming for hours.

Pricing and Availability:
$39

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