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Synth (Analogue / Subtractive) by Sound Dust
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Orgone by Sound Dust is Soundware (samples or presets that load into other products) for macOS and Windows.
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ORGONE began as an experiment around the idea of "what would a Hammond organ with sawtooth waves sound like ?" and slowly grew into a huge modular machine that combines multisampled waveforms from several classic synths into a 1GB+ Kontakt sample instrument that goes way beyond the possibilities of any of the originals.

So what's inside ?:

  • Moog Voyager sawtooth and square waves - 24-bit, 8 second samples of every note.
  • Dsi Pro 2 narrow square waves - 24-bit, 8 second samples of every note.
  • Yamaha CS15 square waves - 24-bit, 8 second samples of every note.
  • Roland SH101 saw tooth + sub waves - 24-bit, 8 second samples of every note.
  • Moog unfiltered noise - 24-bit, 8 second samples of every note.

ORGONE has the basic additive architecture of the drawbar organ to create a deeply controllable instrument with huge polyphony and a complex but relatively simple operating system and then adds the filters, envelopes, LFOs etc of subtractive synthesis to each individual drawbar. It's like having 4 classic 11 oscillator synths in one box.

Because the quirks and character of the original ageing synths (30 plus years in the case of the CS15) have been retained ORGONE has a living organic sound that can do thick creamy basses, woozy string synth pads, throbby beat synced cinematic backdrops, gnarly organs and 60s keyboards, ethereal theremins, evolving space drones and GREAT BIG synth tones.


Features include:

  • 11 classic synth oscillators.
  • 1.2GB of 24-bit multisamples.
  • Advanced architecture with automatable control of everything.
  • Volume control per oscillator.
  • Saturation control per oscillator.
  • Glide control per oscillator.
  • Pan control per oscillator.
  • Reverb send per oscillator.
  • Volume envelope per oscillator.
  • Phase shift per oscillator.
  • Vibrato depth, speed fade and chaos per oscillator.
  • Filter with cutoff, resonance, envelope shape and depth, LFO speed depth and fade per oscillator. (K5 version has selectable filter types).
  • Tremolo speed, depth, LFO width, shape and chaos per oscillator.
  • Chorus depth and speed per oscillator.
  • Delay engine per oscillator.
  • Compressor per oscillator (K5 version).
  • Master effects section with convolution reverb, guitar cabinet, eq, rotor, phaser, tone and distortion.
  • Girth control for extra detuned width.
  • Mono/Poly control with glide time.
  • Note off volume and decay control.
  • Velocity amount.
  • Aftertouch tuning bend amount.
  • Modwheel preset morphing control.
  • 234 presets/snaphots (K4 and K5 versions combined).
  • Versions for Kontakt 4 and Kontakt 5.4.2.
  • Built in manual.

ORGONE needs a FULL version of Kontakt 4 or above to work properly and there are two slightly different versions.

K4 version will work in every Kontakt version above 4 and includes 83 .nki presets each with its own modwheel morphing control.

K5 version needs Kontakt 5.4.1 or above and includes 6 .nki presets with a total of 151 snapshots each with its own Modwheel morphing control. K5 users can also use the K4 presets which are different to the K5 ones.

£30.00 from Sound Dust

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Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 2 reviews

Reviewed By tapcity
June 10th, 2021

Everybody has an inner organist.

From seeing Quasimodo in the movies, .

from church, .

or from hearing Bach in the elevator on the way to your first big job interview.

Kontakt never brought out mine before.

This is a true modern implementation, it's got an edge.

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Reviewed By birrbits
January 20th, 2018

Simply freaking amazing.

Absolutely stunning (I almost said collection of) sounds, but it isn't a collection. It is a complete instrument.

The drone tones of the Throbber bank alone are worth the admission price.

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