F9 Audio Electric Funk Instruments KONTAKT

F9 Audio Electric Funk Instruments (Kontakt 5.8.1+)

F9 Audio Electric Funk Instruments (Kontakt 5.8.1+)
3.9 GB

Ever since the release of Electric Funk so many of you have asked when will we be releasing a pack of playable funk instruments.

We are very proud to present 128 exceptionally playable instruments that run using native Logic & Ableton DAW samplers and Kontakt**. This collection is our homage to an era of music that shaped electronic club music for decades.

The only way to get the truly authentic tones of the electro-funk explosion that dominated mid 80s club and R+B chart-toppers was to sample the original hardware. That’s exactly what we did here but with the 21st-century sonics that F9 is infamous for.

This pack contains:

  • 20 Analog Basses ( with Round-Robin sampling )
  • 15 Digital Basses
  • 22 Key Patches
  • 15 Lead Patches
  • 29 Sequence, Plucks and sampled hit patches
  • 20 Analog Poly-Synths
  • 10 Digital Poly Synths
  • The original machines that made the funk :

F9 Audio Electric Funk Instruments (Kontakt 5.8.1+)

For this set of instruments, we meticulously sampled basses, leads, pads, and polysynths from the original 80’s legends –

  • Jupiter 8,
  • OBX-A,
  • Prophet 600,
  • Minimoog
  • Prophet 5
  • Juno 60
  • Sequential Prophet VS
  • Ensoniq Mirage
  • EMU Systems Emax I ( analog filters )
  • Oberheim DPX-1 ( 8 /12bit sample player with analog filters )
  • Yamaha DX7 IIFD
  • Yamaha TX 802
  • Yamaha TX 81Z

Snapping at the heals of those famously wandering analog oscillators were 2 fledgling technologies – Digital Synthesis and Sampling.

Imagine for a moment being a producer of that era. Every week a new device would spring up and offer a palette of sound never imagined let alone heard before. We want to deliver that feeling directly into your DAW

This collection is Compatible with

** Please note – Kontakt support is for a full copy of Kontakt and will not work with the free Kontakt player. This library will not use serials or Kontakt’s ‘library’ browser tab. For more information on using ‘unlocked’ Kontakt libraries please see this video


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