Synths of the 1970s

Sounds And Effects has announced a sample library, Synths of the 1970s, for E-Mu Systems’ Emulator X and Proteus X is now available via download or in a DVD case.

Source material was recorded at 24 bit from the Mini Moog, ARP 2600, Moog Opus 3, ARP Odyssey, and Oberheim SEM.

Developed by Terry Grame, who was a sound developer for many of E-Mu Systems’ hardware sound modules, the intent here is to be much more like a virtual sound module then just a collection of raw samples—not just to emulate the old synths, but instead to use their sounds as source material to build new and exciting sounds using Emulator/Proteus X’s advanced synthesis engine—including the morphing filters, LFO’s, integrated effects, mono mode, portamento and more.

You can preview the sound library below:


The MSRP is $39.95.

Synths of the 1970s specs:

  • Version 2, 2.5 or 3.0
  • 374 megabytes
  • 474 Presets
  • 24/44.1

Also available for Kontakt.

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