Martinic HP-COMBO VSTi X86 X64 WIN

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Martinic HP-COMBO WIN

vst X86 / X64 | 82.9 MB

Includes Elka Panther, Lem Echo Music, Martinic AX73, Martinic Kee Bass and Martinic Scanner Vibrato.

The Elka Panther 300, also known as the Capri, is a classic Italian combo organ of the 60s.

The instrument produces bold, rich organ sounds and has a wide range of tonal variations (13). The Panthers 16′, 8′, 4′ Stops and Mixture voice levels are adjustable. Each note spans over three octaves, there is bass extension into grey keys and separate volume control for bass octave(s).

Tone Decay adds percussive effect to Mixture voices. The Panther has powerful vibrato with speed and intensity control.

The Lem Echo Music plugin recreates the nostalgic tones of the vintage Italian tape delay effect from Lem. Martinic’s authentic emulation simulates the classic sound of three playheads on one strip of tape, with all the wonderful wow, flutter, and degradation of the original.

We’ve also added enhanced features not found on the original effect to make this plugin even more customisable when crafting your sound.

Martinic AX73, In 1986, the synth skies were studded with digital technology. That’s why the original AX73, with its proudly all-analog signal path ended up flying under the radar. Martinic has taken what was great about the original AX73 and elevated it into a powerful, flexible software instrument that fits right into the modern producer’s lineup of go-to synths.

Kee Bass Bring some groovy, bassy vibes back from the ‘60s and straight into your music with Martinic’s faithful emulation of one of the first monophonic string bass simulators, the Rheem Kee Bass.

The Martinic Kee Bass VST/AU plugin is based on the original electronic schema and an actual physical Kee Bass. Firstly Martinic modeled the instrument precisely (no sampling at all), then a few modern features were added to make it more versatile and unique, such as an extended range, a filter, and modulation.

Scanner Vibrato is a virtual effect plug-in that aims to recreate the scanner-vibrato effect from a well-known tonewheel organ.

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