1.91 GB

3334 samples

100 Programs (35 sampled programs, 65 edited)

96 kHz

24 bit

Full Version of Native Instruments Kontakt 5 or newer.





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What you'll need:

100 excentric, unique and quirky programs from an extremely rare early-days digital wavetable synthesizer from Hamburg, Germany.

This is as rare as a synthesizer gets with a total of only approximately forty units made.


The library contains the 30 factory programs and another 5 programs made by the owner. On top of that 65 programs were made based on the 35 sampled programs using the Kontakt user interface.

You have never heard it's sound this pure and clean and the overall sound of the 35 direct sampled programs are matching the real deal in every detail.


The synthesizers' famous voice panning system gives this early eight bit digital synthesizer a great spatial sound and the wavetable synthesis at pure eight bit, gritty and digital, is very much oriented towards sounds in the mid- and higher frequencies.


Don't let the 35 programs fool you. It does not take much tweaking to make new and out of this world sounds.

Try to do some changes to the sample start, random start and envelope settings and you will very soon be listening to some very different sounds. The possibilities are almost endless.


Approved by its inventor you will for the first time be able to play and hear the sounds of this forty years old pioneering digital synthesizer as it is supposed to sound; clean, naked, mellow, harsh, full, sad and crazy and everything in between.


This is truly a synthesizer like no other.




   Inventor of Wavetable Synthesis and this particular synth:

"A very precise and complete library which captures the details and quirks of the original synthesizer. Very good."


The first two audio files are layers of programs from the library while the last one is showing how much you can alter a single program (two other programs are added but I am sure you can hear where).


No Reverb, Delay, EQ, Compression or anything else  applied to the sounds in any of the examples.

Only Pure Digital 360.