Soundiron - Magnus (KONTAKT) - Full Version

Magnus is a vintage (1960s) analog chord organ with 37 keys. This three octave chord organ was originally manufactured by Magnus Harmonica Corporation. It has six major and six minor chords. MHC was founded by Danish immigrant Finn Magnus, who supplied American troops with accordions during World War II, then sold millions of affordable electric chord organs and songbooks under the Magnus Organ Corporation until the late 1970s, and then acquired the World Book Encyclopedia. Subsequently, production ceased. But it was not there We caught his old school bold oily tone with endless sustains and dense staccato. To go beyond the usual analogue chord organ sample library, we've also created 20 gorgeous custom chord sound presets and effects and 40 unique sound designs that can be chromatically reproduced as atmospheric synths, drone scans and pads, or used directly in your DAW for emphasis and texture. We've provided the GUI with many great sound controls that allow you to flexibly reshape in a variety of ways. You can control the levels of volume, attack, release, time offset, vibrato and octave. The ""Glide"" control slider lets you play legato and portamento. You will also find an adaptable LFO system with selectable LFO shape, modulation target, rate, intensity, timing, and fade time. You can also apply your choice of 13 low-pass, high-pass and FX filters with assignable modulation control parameters, including control of speed, modulus, expression, aftertouch, key position and step sequencer table. You can also use our custom arpeggiator with built-in sequencer velocity table and direction control, note time, swing, randomization and duration. The included FX stand provides you with an easy-to-use interface allowing you to fully customize and shape your fat analog sound to suit a variety of creative styles.


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