MATRIXSYNTH: Critical Tune Introduces Moscow - Synth Organ Soft Synth

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Critical Tune Introduces Moscow - Synth Organ Soft Synth

via Critical Tune

"Critical Tune has designed Moscow, a synth organ keyboard inspired by the famous organs that have made music history. Its pure and warm sounds have been sampled with the highest quality and processed to obtain excellent sounds.

Moscow will involve your settings adding new features for cinematic scores that every composer dream of. Each layer covers up to 7 octaves, making the instrument a complete keyboard. Moscow is also suitable for modern styles and strictly related to genres like Jazz, Gospel, Progressive, Rock. The sound of the organ and its expressive envelope make Moscow the best candidate for your production with its unique Lofi taste. You can not live without it.

Select and mix in seconds
Moscow is offering different sounds useful for a multi-purpose keyboard. Improve the taste of your organ and enjoy fine instruments ideal for jazz piano, organ, bass, pad, and many more. Choose four different layers, organized by spectral content type.

Keep it all in hand
A simple interface that allows you to complete your keyboard in seconds. Seven ready-to-use effects and four faders that enable you to adjust levels or modulate them with internal/external LFO. Connect with your DAW and hack all the possibilities.

A big family of tones
Browse the library with one click and explore the best combination. Moscow gets two simple shapes like sine and square. Four complex layers full of harmonics. 14 waveform sampled on 7 octaves. Samples were enhanced and exported to the highest quality offering warm sounds with an analog taste. Use up to 20 slots to save your best presets.

Free Demo
If you want to feel the sound of Moscow, you can get Minsk and test some features of this unique library. Put in the cart the Free Version to obtain a direct link to download the package.
The light version of Moscow, take a deep dive in the sound collection inspired by the most famous organs that have cut the history of music."

Critical Tune

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