The Orbitone Collection II KONTAKT
FANTASTiC | 23 May 2018 | 0.98 GB
Orbitone Collection II was conceived very much as an extension to the original release of complex warm electronic textures made with unusual combinations of vintage technologies… Featuring The Worlds Oldest String Synth That Never Was!… The 1972 Eminent 310 Unique was a very unusual mix of combo organ and string synthesizer in its own right but what was particularly special about it was the triple parallel analog chorus processor with 6 free running clock modulating LFOs better known as the Orbitone. It is this complex multi-path analog effect that makes the famous strings on the 310U so very special and slightly simplified technology was later used to good effect in the Solina and ARP Omni string synthesizers. It was originally developed to effectively make one rank of sawtooths become three with a high degree of movement without resorting to the very significant expense and complexity of three full divide down chains with independent master oscillators.
As well as the new library featuring 40 example patches and 40 layered multis, a further 40 combined layers have been created that combine patches from both libraries together to form new layered instruments and textures. The new sounds have been presented as a merged installation thus permitting the user to access and walk through patches from both libraries as one.
*Equipment Used: 1972 Eminent 310U, 1976 Minimoog, 1938 Novachord, rehoused 1978 Polymoog Formant Resonator Section, 1960’s Echo-Reverb tube “Oil Can” Delay, Polymoog 3211, Juno-106, Crumar Bit One, Studio Electronics Omega 8, CE-300 chorus, CS-01.
The Orbitone Collection requires Kontakt version 4.2.2 or higher.
•The Orbitone Collection I & II consisting of 607 generously long 24-bit samples
•4-Voice Layering Engine with ability to save user patches
•48 multi-sampled instruments acting as voices/partials in the layering engine
•80 editable example instrument patches (in .nki format)
•40 editable example layered multis (20 combining Orbitone II and 20 combining both libraries)