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Past To Future Releases MOTOWN WURLITZER FOR KONTAKT!
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Past To Future Releases MOTOWN WURLITZER FOR KONTAKT!



MOTOWN WURLITZER FOR KONTAKT!

Are you looking for a mix ready authentic-sounding Wurlitzer 200A vintage electric piano with an analog flavor?

Then, this is for you!

This virtual instrument behaves like a real instrument.

The velocity and round-robin behavior is amazing!

Here are the main features:

- MOTOWN WURLITZER for Kontakt 5.5.2

- easy to use interface

- „Round-Robin-behaviour“ and „physical modeling velocity technique“ for more playing realism

- mix-ready sound recorded to tape

- inclusive mixable Lexicon 480 room reverb

- inclusive release samples

Check out the demo:



Solo Demo:



Available for 10$ at: www.gumroad.com/pasttofuturereverbs

We are proud to bring you sounds you can’t find anywhere else!

© Past to Future Reverbs

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Old 3 weeks ago
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awesome! can we get one or two alternative sound examples? I mean, if I hear that song you used one more time, I'll lose my last hope in humanity and will destroy my sound card.
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awesome! can we get one or two alternative sound examples? I mean, if I hear that song you used one more time, I'll lose my last hope in humanity and will destroy my sound card.
ok will do
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Very real sounding! good job as usual
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awesome! can we get one or two alternative sound examples? I mean, if I hear that song you used one more time, I'll lose my last hope in humanity and will destroy my sound card.
Here you go;



enjoy!
Old 3 weeks ago
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Fair enough. Seems like it wasn't amped and was recorded DI, so it should take reamping with software amps well. I like to run these things though stuff like Amplitube Fender combos and similar, to give it some oomph.
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Fair enough. Seems like it wasn't amped and was recorded DI, so it should take reamping with software amps well. I like to run these things though stuff like Amplitube Fender combos and similar, to give it some oomph.
Yes DI and will take reamping very well
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Very real sounding! good job as usual
Thank you man!
Cheers
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Sounds fantastic. Didn’t think your Rhodes could be beat. Until now...
Old 3 weeks ago
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You mean this Rhodes? https://soundcloud.com/pasttofutures...des-mark1-demo

Or is there any other, just without the vinyl noises and stuff?
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You mean this Rhodes? https://soundcloud.com/pasttofutures...des-mark1-demo

Or is there any other, just without the vinyl noises and stuff?
I think he means the motown Rhodes
Old 3 weeks ago
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Ah, the Motown one. I liked it, but heavily modulated Rhodes like that, I wouldn't find use for it too often. But I get it's a "character" instrument going for a specific sound, so all fair game.

But this Wurlitzer I will get. I wouldn't mind Clavi with a "character" as well. This would probably require more scripting with Clavi switches, phaser and wah-wah FX, tape delay, etc.
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Ah, the Motown one. I liked it, but heavily modulated Rhodes like that, I wouldn't find use for it too often. But I get it's a "character" instrument going for a specific sound, so all fair game.

But this Wurlitzer I will get. I wouldn't mind Clavi with a "character" as well. This would probably require more scripting with Clavi switches, phaser and wah-wah FX, tape delay, etc.
We are thinking about making another Rhodes with no Fx on it like the Wurlitzer. Also a mark2

We are Also working on the clavinet but we will go for a specific sound first.
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specific sound.. Stevie's Clav with a Mu-Tron?

any Rhodes with no FX gets my vote. same DI recorded as Wurli, to be able to reamp with amps of choice.
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specific sound.. Stevie's Clav with a Mu-Tron?

any Rhodes with no FX gets my vote. same DI recorded as Wurli, to be able to reamp with amps of choice.
We are going for that superstition sound.
Also Rhodes with no Fx
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specific sound.. Stevie's Clav with a Mu-Tron?

any Rhodes with no FX gets my vote. same DI recorded as Wurli, to be able to reamp with amps of choice.
Did he always got mu-tron phaser on his clavinet?
Old 3 weeks ago
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Did he always got mu-tron phaser on his clavinet?
Producer Bob Margouleff on recording "Superstition" song: “We hooked up all kinds of funny guitar boxes. We had the Mutron 5 phaser, we had wah wah pedals and all kinds of distortion boxes coming out of the clavinet.”

https://www.prosoundnetwork.com/arch...s-superstition

And this took me all in all two minutes of a web search.

Come now, don't be so lazy. No wonder your Pink Floyd drum samples are completely inaccurate sounding. You need to investigate more. And not on Gearslutz page, surely.
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Producer Bob Margouleff on recording "Superstition" song: “We hooked up all kinds of funny guitar boxes. We had the Mutron 5 phaser, we had wah wah pedals and all kinds of distortion boxes coming out of the clavinet.”

https://www.prosoundnetwork.com/arch...s-superstition

And this took me all in all two minutes of a web search.

Come now, don't be so lazy. No wonder your Pink Floyd drum samples are completely inaccurate sounding. You need to investigate more. And not on Gearslutz page, surely.
I know that too but I though maybe you have more inside info about the settings and stuff like that.
Nevermind
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Producer Bob Margouleff on recording "Superstition" song: “We hooked up all kinds of funny guitar boxes. We had the Mutron 5 phaser, we had wah wah pedals and all kinds of distortion boxes coming out of the clavinet.”

https://www.prosoundnetwork.com/arch...s-superstition

And this took me all in all two minutes of a web search.

Come now, don't be so lazy. No wonder your Pink Floyd drum samples are completely inaccurate sounding. You need to investigate more. And not on Gearslutz page, surely.
We will probably make 2 different instruments, one with and one without mutron

And don’t hang on the Floyd that will be corrected anyway. Why nobody is talking about other 100 stuff we got right?
Cheers
PTF
Old 3 weeks ago
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How would I know anything regarding "Superstition" that you don't also have access to? I wasn't a producer during recording sessions, nor I'm a Stevie Wonder in flesh and blood, definitely.

For exact settings I'm sure there are threads and places on this thing called Internet, where "Superstition" Clav was discussed to ad nauseam and deconstructed to the tiniest of pieces.

Research. Investigate. Channel the Sherlock Holmes in you.
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How would I know anything regarding "Superstition" that you don't also have access to? I wasn't a producer during recording sessions, nor I'm a Stevie Wonder in flesh and blood, definitely.

For exact settings I'm sure there are threads and places on this thing called Internet, where "Superstition" Clav was discussed to ad nauseam to deconstructed to the tiniest of pieces.

Research. Investigate. Channel the Sherlock Holmes in you.
Maybe you can tell me more about when we are making a Leslie-d Hammond B3 Organ
Cheers and peace
Old 3 weeks ago
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We will probably make 2 different instruments, one with and one without mutron
"Dry" recorded instruments always welcome and get my vote, definitely. You'll only need scripting for Clavinet switches.

Forget about adding Kontakt FX scripts. Kontakt FX are horrible, anyway, and Arturia recently released Mu-Tron emulation in all of its glory, so people will choose themselves whether use reamping, modulation, tape delay and stuff like that, or not, with your Clavinet samples. Enough quality plugins available these days to do that.

But scripts for switches is a must. One Clavinet sound setting wouldn't suffice.
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when we are making a Leslie-d Hammond B3 Organ
Mmm, I don't know about that. Any quality Hammond instrument requires a great Leslie speaker, and the behavior of a Leslie speaker cannot be expressed in samples. Needs modeling.

It can be hybrid sampled / modeled attempt, like IK B-3X, for instance, but just a sample library on its own won't win any prizes.
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"Dry" recorded instruments always welcome and get my vote, definitely. You'll only need scripting for Clavinet switches.

Forget about adding Kontakt FX scripts. Kontakt FX are horrible, anyway, and Arturia recently released Mu-Tron emulation in all of its glory, so people will choose themselves whether use reamping, modulation, tape delay and stuff like that, or not, with your Clavinet samples. Enough quality plugins available these days to do that.

But scripts for switches is a must. One Clavinet sound setting wouldn't suffice.
That’s right
Old 3 weeks ago
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Unless you want to sample this guy

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Unless you want to sample this guy

Crazy
Old 2 weeks ago
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Hey man, unrelated to this particular product, but it's about the recent Binaural Hall IR's. Which plugin should i load the IR into? If you (or anyone else) could recommend a few that'd be great.

I've never loaded custom IR's before, but i want those Binaural IR's in my life.
Thanks
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Hey man, unrelated to this particular product, but it's about the recent Binaural Hall IR's. Which plugin should i load the IR into? If you (or anyone else) could recommend a few that'd be great.

I've never loaded custom IR's before, but i want those Binaural IR's in my life.
Thanks
Same as the one that you use. Binaural IR‘s are regular stereo IR‘s.
If you are new to The IR world just use convology plug in that is free and good
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Same as the one that you use. Binaural IR‘s are regular stereo IR‘s.
If you are new to The IR world just use convology plug in that is free and good
Which plugins load stereo IR's though? I've never done stereo before let alone binaural. Is there a specific process? Or pretty simple?
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Which plugins load stereo IR's though? I've never done stereo before let alone binaural. Is there a specific process? Or pretty simple?
Just open the our wav Ir’s with the convology and enjoy. That simple is that also with binaural
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