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ACE 3000 for HALion Kontakt & SoundFont
The “Ace Tone” ACE 3000 is probably one of the last organs before “Ace Tone” became “Roland”.
It’s a furniture piece (a grandma’s organ…) with 2 manuals, a drum machine and a one octave bass pedal section, a bass to die for…
The Klavitron is a Swedish rare valve organ manufactured in the -60ties.
Capri Fan Organ
Precisionsound are happy to present this rare little Swedish fan organ. It´s probably made in the 50´s and sounds as nice as it looks!
Cembalo for Kontakt, HALion, SoundFont and Gigastudio
The Precisionsound Cembalo is a Philip Jack Specken model from 1748 rebuilt by Nils Olof Berg in 1986 and recorded in the SAMI A-studio in Stockholm.
D-85 for EXS24, HALion, Kontakt & SoundFont
The Yamaha Electone D-85 is the source of sounds in our fourth volume of the Vintage Keyboard Collection.
The D-85 was released in 1980 and designed as an home organ a grandmas organ, for the “loaded” grandmas though, cause the price tag was around $10000.
The D-85 is completely analog and uses a technique called PASS (Pulse Analog Synthesis System) developed for the legendary Electone GX-1.
Dusty Electric MkII and Funky Electric P200 BUNDLE
Both the "Dusty Electric Mk II" and "Funky Electric P200" for a reduced price.
Dusty Electric MkII for HALion, EXS24, Kontakt and Sfz
For Dusty Electric MkII we used a well tuned & served Rhodes® Mark II Stage Piano (Seventy Three) from 1980. This item has its own personality & soul that we like very much.
The Eminent Solina P275 Series 9 with a price tag of aprox $2500 from 1985 was made in Holland and uses the same stringsynth section as the legendary 310 model used by Jean Michel Jarre. The P275 is completely analog and has a unique sounding drum machine built in (Syncopator 355).
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