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. There were 19 presets, not 19 VCOs.

      The description is right, the Sigma features 19 VCOs. What do you think an analog preset is?

  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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