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Crosswave - Ensoniq SQ80 for Kontakt, Live and EXS24
      #1033149 - 12/02/13 01:04 PM
Binary Music announces the release of Crosswave sample library for
Native Instruments Kontakt, Ableton Live and Apple EXS24.

The Ensoniq SQ80 was originally manufactured in 1988 as the successor to the ESQ1.
The hardware instrument used three 8-bit wavetable oscillators per voice and digital amplifiers but, crucially, it had Curtis 4 pole 24dB/octave filters, making it a distinctive hybrid instrument.

Our sampled instrument has an easy-to-use custom interface and contains 133 patches made from 1,642 individual samples recorded at 44.1 kHz, 24 bit resolution.

Available as an instant download, price: £15.00 (Kontakt) £12.00 (Live & EXS24) + VAT in E.U.

Full details and audio demos at: www.binarymusic.co.uk



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