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July 8, 2004
Ever wonder what it sounds like when you hook up a Motif to the Triton? Of how about a Mini Moog to a Super Jupiter or a Karma to the Wavestation? Well so did The Patch King, and they loved the warm sound of a vintage analog synth mixed with the clean digital sound and multi effects of a modern workstation so much they made a new collection.
The Patch King has spent several months deep inside his collection of synths assembling an amazing collection of sounds that he calls "Midi Mix". Midi Mix contains samples from over 25 of the best synthesizers released over the past three decades. All sounds are sampled from Kid Nepro's custom made sound libraries and then "layered together" to create new textures.
The complete Midi Mix Vol #1 will be released on CD-ROM in September. It will have over 650 megs of samples in AIFF or WAV file format.
In the meantime Kid Nepro has a special preview available to download at $5 per file. The new sounds include;
Buy six and get two free so you can get all nine new files for $35.
For more information, visit their web site at www.kidnepro.com