Rare Japanese FM Synth For Kontakt

US Electone HC-4 sampled to create Yumtone H4 for Soundiron's Vintage Keys Series      21/04/22

Soundiron describes Yumtone H4, the latest release in their Vintage Keys Series, as pure digital magic. It is based on a Japanese FM synthesizer called the Electone HC-4 that was introduced to the market in the late 80s and featured two 44-note keybeds, a foot pedal system, drum/rhythm machine, 16-operator FM voices and much more.

A spokesperson told us, "Yumtone H4 presents a delicious digital sampler platter of a classic FM synthesizer, complete with sustains, staccatos, piano, vibraphone, bells, tempo-syncable drum machine loops, hits and SFX. We also crafted 20 evolving textural soundscapes and custom FX presets designed to inspire and kick off your next track!"
 
Yumtone H4 is built for the full retail version of Kontakt 5.5 or later.

Pricing and Availability:
On sale until May 3rd for $19 (MSRP $29)

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