Soundiron says that their new Eko Digit, the latest in their Vintage Keys series, captures the quintessential sounds of an early 70's synth, and is great for conjuring those nostalgic vibes that we've all grown to love over the years. They believe that this library is perfect for film and video game composers looking to recreate that classic 90s game soundtrack.
A spokesperson told us, "We crafted 20 evolving soundscapes that are perfect for adding dimension to your next track. You'll also find 20 custom FX presets to get you inspired and jump-start your compositional adventures!"
Eko Digit is based on the Eko Finger 200, a vintage 61-key synthesizer built by the Italian electronics company Eko. The library is built for the full retail version of Kontakt 5.5 or later.
Pricing and Availability:
On sale until July 19th for $19 (MSRP $29)
NAMM 2003, Ed Sheeran, Wingie 2
And its going to be Sunny (probably)
Built on Takt and Tone tech its beats and synth
Single voice, old school in collaboration with Oberheim