Sounds of the 70s from Zero-G and distributed by EastWest is a virtual sound module which captures the true essence of 1970s music and delivers the heart of soul, disco, funk and punk. This production tool features construction kits, grooves, hits and instruments, written and produced by Mike Wilkie and Matthew Corbett.
The collection features a plug-in/stand-alone audio engine/interface from Native Instruments, based on their INTAKT virtual sampler and which is specifically designed for rhythmic loop playback and manipulation.
The library comes in multiple sample formats.
Sounds of the 70s functions as follows:
- Stand-alone under ASIO, Core Audio or DirectSound
- Plug-in for applications supporting VST, AU and RTAS for Mac OS X
- Plug-in for applications supporting VST and DXi for Windows XP
- Library of totally original but authentic 70s-style instrument and percussion performances, arranged in construction kits together with their broken-out grooves and tool kits
- Over 1.4GB of sample data
- Library provides access to individual instruments and individual hits within loops
- Easy synchronization of loops to MIDI tempo
- MIDI file export permits groove, accent and feel manipulation in any host sequencer
- Modulation section provides AHDSR envelope, two individual syncable LFOs, envelope follower and a DBD pitch envelope
- The entire sound library can also be loaded into other Native Instruments' samplers including INTAKT and KONTAKT (version 1.5 or later,) allowing for even more flexibility and options while working with the material