New Ableton Live Pack Based On Korg Sigma

Sigman-325x136Cluster Sound has released Sigman, a  multi-sample Live Pack based on the vintage Korg Sigma. Sigman is a multi-sample Live Pack primarily designed for raw analog basses & leads.


In the late 70’s Korg experimented with a machine for players looking for a simpler alternative to knobby synthesizers. The result was the Sigma, a bi-timbric semi-preset synth with rocker-tabs, micro knobs and two X-Y joystic controls. The Korg Sigma is based on 19 VCOs grouped in two discrete sections (Synthe and Instrument) that can be cross-modulated and filtered with a LP/HP Filter. Each VCO is equipped with a single dedicated control including Korg35 filter circuits for shaping the sounds.


Sigman is based on 30 multi-sample recordings obtained by sampling the VCO presets and custom cross-modulated sounds. Sigman delivers 90 inspiring and meticulously crafted Live Racks with dedicated macro controls, part of which simulate the ring-modulator, the joystic filter and the single VCO knobs of the original Sigma.

Here’s an audio preview:

The library is available for 9 Euro (instead of 24 Euro) by using the holiday code SIGMAN9EU, valid until 24th December 2013.

4 thoughts on “New Ableton Live Pack Based On Korg Sigma

  1. Generally an analog preset changes parameters for one or two VCOs, VCFs and VCAS.
    Few if any, have a dedicated vco per preset.

    What do YOU think how analog preset works?
    By using a separate vco per preset?

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