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Distressed Vinyl: New from Sounds And Effects
      #1046165 - 01/05/13 07:18 PM
May 1, 2013

A must have for most modern music styles from downtempo to hip hop.

Warm and inviting, yet mangled and distorted turntable / vinyl record and reel to reel tape effects including popping, static, LP and 45 RPM record Que-ing and clicking and hiss, loud and obnoxious scratches, rhythmic scratches, reel to reel fast forward, rolling off the end of the tape, mic'ed tape recorder noise & tape Que-ing. 



Demos and info at:

Sounds And Effects Urban

All mixed and processed using resonant band pass or low pass filters (real time mod wheel control) , saturation, tasty distortion, flanging, phasing or chorus effects, bit reduction and more.   

For Kontakt 5 or higher, or Reason 6.5 / 7.0 or higher.


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