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Oz

Kontakt Instrument Plugin by Wrongtools
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Oz
Oz by Wrongtools is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin and a Standalone Application. It functions as an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin, an AAX Plugin and a Standalone Application.
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JAPANESE ORGAN FROM 1971 ROUTED INTO DIFFERENT HARDWARE CIRCUITS AND SPEAKERS

{See video at top of page}:

  • 70 Patches.
  • 2969 Samples.
  • Size : 5.58 GB.
  • 2 main parts normal & reception.
  • normal patches has 5 signals.
  • reception patches are recorded with amps and some cool hardware.
  • normal RR and release samples on individual patches.
  • Articulation switcher control by ks or cc.
  • Arrhythmic unlimited sound sculptering.
  • Adjustable custom ir reverbs.
  • 5 included signals – speaker, room, spring-reverb, mini-leslie and DI.
  • Optional Random Sample-Start.
  • Optional simulated round-robin from adjoining samples.

https://youtu.be/DPll7ujq7ro

Acetone GT-7 was manufactured in Japan in the late 60ties / early 70ties. We have deep-sampled it through 5 signals, as well as made a huge collection of tainted raw and multiple-amp patches.

Main patches got five signals : internal speaker / room recorded from a separat amp / stereo-spring reverb / mini-leslie / direct line.

https://youtu.be/y-x85NOTNI0

The 2nd part of the lib is of a more experimental nature. (called Reception) Endless lines of connected processors was utilized to create the tainted patches. Tape echos, warp pedals, modular boxes, circuit bent toys and amps of all sizes and forms.


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