Spitfire Audio Ressurrects The Ondioline

US Free LABS Electronic Antique instrument features one of the world's earliest synthesisers      06/10/22

Spitfire Audio has released their latest free LABS instrument; LABS Electronic Antique features an Ondioline. A spokesperson told us, "Discover a rare gem of music history with one of the world's earliest synthesisers -- the Ondioline. Designed and patented by French inventor Georges Jenny in the early 1940s, the LABS team captured its delightfully off-kilter sound, transforming the raw recordings into a range of playful presets. Fizzing with smile-inducing possibilities -- the Ondioline is as wild as your imagination."

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Mac OSX 10.13 - Mac OS 11 Intel and M1 Macs supported. 64 DAW required (32 bit DAWs not supported)
 Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 64- bit. 32 bit DAWs not supported)

FREE DEDICATED PLUGIN
Plugin available as VST2, VST3, AAX and AU, so it can be used directly in your favourite DAW. Does not require Kontakt.

Pricing and Availability:
Free.

More information:

 


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