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September 1, 2004
Zero-G has released Sounds of the 70s, a brand new Virtual Sound Module featuring a huge sound library which is powered by the Native Instruments INTAKT interface.
Sounds of the 70s features construction kits, grooves, hits and instruments to transport you back in time and recapture the vibes of the era. It delivers the heart of soul, disco and funk recreating the golden age of the dancefloor and disco explosions. The rebellious tones of Punk have also been recreated, sampled, and are reborn to complete the diversity of 70s sounds.
In the rhythm department of this library, there are hundreds of loops, all of which are presented either in sliced format via the Intakt Beat Machine or via the Time Machine, so they will automatically sync to your songs, and you can apply sound-shaping to each slice if you wish. All of the musical material on Sounds Of the 70s has been expertly written and passionately produced by Mike Wilkie and Matthew Corbett, for Zero-G.
Features of NI INTAKT User Interface:
Recommended Retail Price: $299.95 US Dollars, 259 Euros, 169.00 pounds sterling
For more information, visit their web site at www.zero-g.co.uk