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  • Sounds

    Retro Computers

    by Puremagnetik

    Grab control of the sound chips that defined the video game soundtracks of the 1980s, now programmed specifically for Live. Whether you are looking for aliased chippy sounds, lo-fi leads or quirky percussion, Retro Computers brings some of the best things about the early 80’s right to your desktop!

    USD 49

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    Clav

    by Soniccouture

    Clav brings the authentic sound of the Hohner D6 Clavinet into Ableton Live. Captured with all of its funky nuances, nothing adds vintage twang and spanking timbres to a groove like this classic keyboard instrument.

    USD 59

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    Retro Synths

    by Puremagnetik

    Retro Synths contains more than 4,000 samples from the greatest classic synths of the past three decades, including rich bass from the Minimoog, acid squelch from the Roland TB-303, and the classic digital "phase distortion" synthesis from the Casio CZ-series.

    USD 99

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    DM ARP 2600 Drums

    by Flatpack

    DM ARP 2600 Drums is a free Live Pack consisting of 8 Ableton Drum Racks and 150 original analog percussion sounds sampled from Daniel Miller’s own ARP 2600 modular synthesizer. Extensive controls for real-time sound tweaking and bonus sequence clips are included.

    26.7 MB

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    Electric Pianos

    by Soniccouture

    Get the authentic sound of the Rhodes Stage 73 and Wurlitzer 200A electric pianos. Carefully sampled at multiple velocities and recorded with vintage equipment for ultra-realistic sound and feel. Comes with 70 Instrument Racks providing all the classic keyboard sounds.

    USD 89

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    Retro Synths 1980s

    by Puremagnetik

    Featuring a collection of multisampled instruments from classic synths, including the Yamaha DX7, Roland Jupiter series, and more.

    USD 49

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    Novachord

    by Soniccouture

    The Novachord is a gargantuan, entirely tube based, 72-note polyphonic synthesizer with oscillators, filters, VCAs, envelope generators and even frequency dividers. We sampled every one of the 72 notes on this beast - not just once, but over and over, with different settings each time.

    USD 79

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    Synthi AKS

    by Soniccouture

    The EMS Synthi AKS is a legendary instrument with an illustrious history. First manufactured in 1972 by EMS in Putney, southwest London, the Synthi A was basically a portable version of EMS's famous VCS3 synthesizer, and the KS keyboard (an unplayable thirty-note touchplate) was added to make the Synthi AKS.

    USD 59

  • Software Instruments

    Electric

    by Ableton

    Electric offers the sounds of classic electric pianos through physical modeling synthesis, allowing you to dive inside and play with the guts of the instrument.

    USD 99