NDS 2 SUPER ALPHA MultiFORMAT-DVDriSO | 3.29 GB Applications : Mac : EnglishNDS-2 SUPER ALPHA
NDS-2 Is not just about sampling a piece of hardware, it was about sampling a piece of hardware at its very very best. You are not getting the sound of the Alpha Juno. You are getting the sound of the top records from the late 80's and early 90's and the sound of hits to come.
In a package that epitomizes the sound of this era, we have taken the Alpha Juno and crafted over 150 hybrid sampler instruments, in super high quality and through chains of outboard equipment we have created a beast. This thing stinks of the 90's and sounds great!
We have teamed the best of modern sound design on the Roland Alpha Juno, with the right kit to capture some incredibly powerful and unique patches for use in your sampler. We created each patch by hand running it through a custom set of outboard gear to bring the classic sound of the Alpha right up to date.
• 163 powerful analogue synthesizer patches sampled in hybrid instruments, compatible with all major samplers.
• Everything was recorded in 96000hz double rates to capture every detail in the highest quality.
• 3.5 Gig of sample data covering Arp's, Bass, Keys, Brass, Leads, Pads, PolySynths, Perc, Fx and Weird stuff.
• Compatible with Kontakt / Logic EXS24 / Reason NNXT / Halion /AbletonLive and many more.
Each patch is multisampled from the original hardware, also sampling numerous velocity layers in most patches to give you the expressiveness and responsiveness of the real kit.NDS-2 Super Alpha features:
•3.45 GB of samples
•Over 150 sampler instruments
•35 Bass instrument patches
•26 Key and brass patches
•37 Lead synth patches
•32 Pad and poly patches
•163 Analog synthesizer patches sampled in hybrid instruments for Kontakt, EXS24, NN-XT, HALion, Ableton Live, and more
•Recorded in 96 kHz double rates to capture every detail in the highest quality
•Each patch is multisampled from the original hardware
•Numerous velocity layers in most patches to provide the expressiveness and responsiveness of the real kitHome Page: