Akai Pro Releases Moog-Inspired Synth

US Mini D Plugin Instrument For MPC or FORCE is now available      25/10/22

Akai Pro says that Mini D unlocks a world of stunning sounds based on one of the most iconic synths ever made – but with updated features that bring modern flexibility and new possibilities. A spokesperson told us, "Everything you'll expect is here – classic warm and punchy sounds, served up with a stunning interface and 300 modern and retro presets to bring new sonic class to your productions."

Features:

  • A 4 Voice Poly Synth based on the classic American synthesizer legend
  • Painstakingly modeled oscillator section includes 8 authentic oscillator waveforms Multiple LFO shapes with 19 selections including ramps, sine, square, triangle, random, and steps
  • Over 400 Presets ranging from Basses, Leads, Percussion, and Synth FX
  • Two filters included- "Ladder" and "Modern" with Cutoff, Reso, Contour, and a dedicated feedback path
  • Built-in creative effects chain including EQ, Chorus, and Delay
  • Requires FORCE 3.2 or MPC 2.11.6 firmware update

 

Pricing and Availability:
On offer at $79 (Regular price: $99)

More information:

 

 


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