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Wave Alchemy releases "Revolution" Drum Machine for Kontakt Player

Wave Alchemy has announced the release of Revolution, a powerful drum machine that delivers 14 of the world's most iconic Drum Machines directly to your DAW, inside a single powerful virtual instrument (for Kontakt Player & Kontakt 5).

Revolution delivers the sound of the most influential Drum Machines of our time – 808, 909, 606, 707, 727, 505, CR-78, CR-8000, Linndrum, Drumtraks, Drumulator, OB-DX, SP-12.

Wave Alchemy say "Revolution is much more than just an emulation however – it's about creating new, powerful sounds that inspire and push boundaries."

Key Features:

  • Faithful emulations of 14 of the world's most iconic Drum Machines.
  • Create your dream Drum Machine using Revolution's dynamic modular interface.
  • Add real analogue tape saturation, character and vintage grit using Revolution's unique 'Character' knob.
  • Seamless integration with your DAW.
  • Expressive 32-step multi-track sequencer with individual per step modulation routings (step locks).
  • Classic TR-style 16-button step-sequencer with full accent control, host sync, swing/shuffle and MIDI input.
  • MIDI drag and drop patterns directly to your DAW.
  • Unique effects and 160 high-end custom reverb impulses recorded from classic gear.
  • Powerful suite of high quality filters, EQs, compressors and transient shapers – each available independently, per drum sound, with dynamic routing.
  • Individual drum accent and global accent per step.
  • Timing slop per sequence step and global sequencer view.
  • NKS Ready – Total integration with Komplete S-Series keyboards and Maschine Hardware.
  • Available in Standalone, VST, AU, ASIO, AAX and Core Audio instrument formats for Windows and Mac OS X. Revolution runs inside free Kontakt Player from Native Instruments. Full version of Kontakt is NOT required.
  • Browse and instantly load hundreds of inspirational snapshot presets - designed by renowned sound designers.

Introductory Price: £119.96.

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