New Vako Orchestron Disc – Solo Female Voice has introduced a new sound disc for the vintage sample playback keyboard, the Vako Orchestron.

The new disc, Solo Female Voice, features the voice of Tara Busch, singing “ahh” across the range of the keyboard.

The disc is available now, in a limited run of 30 discs, for $99. Details below.

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Now available! A new release in our line of Vako Orchestron discs, SOLO FEMALE VOICE. It’s unlikely that there will be sufficient demand to do a second run of 30 of these discs, so your best bet is to buy as many of these as you need while you can! Any future additional copies will most likely be done as one-offs, which are twice as expensive to produce, and thus will cost twice as much.

SOLO FEMALE VOICE is an entirely NEW sound for the Orchestron. Tara Busch of lent us her vocal cords once again for a sound similar to, but not exactly the same as the vocal sound on our Optigan “Minimalism” disc. This sound features a consistent “ahh” over the entire range. Please excuse my awful playing here, which is just a quick noodle to demonstrate the sound!

PLEASE NOTE: This disc WILL NOT play properly in an Optigan! They WILL play, but the sounds will NOT be mapped correctly to the keyboard- they will be mapped mostly haphazardly across the chord buttons. Please don’t order this disc expecting to easily use it in an Optigan. In the future we will be porting the Orchestron sounds to the Optigan- please be patient! 🙂

Stay tuned for more Orchestron discs, both new and remastered titles!

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