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Soundiron’a Fatty 311 Is On Offer At ADSR

ADSR are offering Soundiron’s recently released Fatty 311 at a reduced price for available at the intro price of $19.00, (usually $29.00). The offer ends March 3rd.

FATTY 311 honors the tonal legacy of the Conn Prelude 311 organ. C.G. Conn Ltd., sometimes called Conn Instruments or commonly just Conn, was an American manufacturer incorporated in 1915. Its early business was based primarily on brass instruments manufactured in Elkhart, Indiana. During the 1950s, its best seller became the electric organ. After the household organ craze died down (50-70), Conn went bankrupt and was eventually bought by Steinway in 2000.

Charles G. Conn was a Civil War veteran of the U.S. Army who established a grocery and baking business in Elkhart, Indiana after the war. He also played cornet in the local community band. He started out inventing cornet mouthpieces, and by 1905, Conn had the world’s largest musical instrument factory producing a full line of wind instruments, strings, percussion, and a portable organ.

Soundiron’s lovely Prelude has a real spring reverb unit, two 44 key keyboards, a Min-O-Matic rhythm machine, and tons of emulated sounds of clarinet, trombone, violin, guitar tremolo, and more. The instrument’s classic wooden body echoes the popular aesthetics of the 1970s and its beefy, warm analog sound can cut through any mix. They sampled its best sustains, staccatos, and effects in three microphone positions to bring your midi to life.

You can easily use vibrato and a special “Octave” knob, which spices up your tone by smoothly rolling in lower and higher octaves. We’ve also included tons of custom FX patches and sound-designed ambient synth pads created from the source to make this library extraordinarily playable and versatile. Whether you’re looking to recreate an old video game sound, huge synth bass tone or play straight from the hymnal, Fatty 311 can get you there!

Features include:

  • Electro Organ Sustains, Releases, Staccatos, SFX in three microphone positions: Close, Mid, Far
  • Synth Clarinet, Trombone, Violin, Guitar Tremolo, Diapson, Flute, Reed, Major Bass, and more
  • 21 Powerful Kontakt .nki instrument presets
  • 24 bit / 48 kHz uncompressed PCM wav samples
  • 20 Custom Sound-Designed FX and Ambient presets
  • 8,700 stereo samples
  • 6.17 GB Installed
  • Flexible and intuitive multi-layer user interface controls, with LFO, filter, glide, and arpeggiator
  • Full FX rack with convolution reverb with custom rooms, halls, chambers & FX environments

Fatty 311 requires a full version of Kontakt 6.2.2 or later.

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