New Steampunk Synthesizer Collection – Music Laboratory Machines

Steampunk synthesizer collection - Music Laboratory Machines

Hollow Sun has introduced a new bundle of steampunk software synthesizers, Music Laboratory Machines – ‘the sounds of a past future’. 


  • 48kHz/24-bit
  • Advanced Retro Synthesis Engines
  • All ten Music Laboratory Machines in one bundle
  • Discount on bundle price
  • Varied range of unusual and unique sound generators
  • Samples from vintage equipment and valve gear
  • Unique GUIs

Here’s what they have to say about the collection:

As the popularity of the Music Laboratory Machines continues to grow, many have requested the facility to buy all of them as a bundle so this is just such an opportunity with the advantage of a modest discount on buying them individually.

The bundle includes Oscillosine, Organa, Broken, Interference Generator, TriOsc, Techtron, Shangri La, Novalite, Modular Toolkit and Cognosphere and, as a special bonus, the Dotcom Xmas Special is also thrown in for good measure. A total of eleven unique and intriguing Kontakt 4 instruments. This represents not just great value but provides a massive palette of sounds to be exploited in your music.

Despite their unashamed and bold oddness and eccentricity, the Music Laboratory Machines are suitable for almost any genre of contemporary music and are a sound designer’s wet dream with the sonic capabilites they offer. They are also ideal tools for movie, TV, library music and games scorers to bring something different to the table.

Hollow Sun’s Music Laboratory Machines represent not just innovative GUI design and sound design possibilities but are also great value for money. This bundle brings all of these instruments into one neat 1.5GB package that’ll also save you a few of the Queen’s shillings as well….

Which is not to be sniffed at in this day and age!

 Music Laboratory Machines is available now for £40.

5 thoughts on “New Steampunk Synthesizer Collection – Music Laboratory Machines

  1. Would love 2 of those screens, and the keyboard in the studio !! Would probably never get used to the keys though. But still. Want. Badly. GAS.

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