I\'d like to announce an upcoming library that I\'ll be releasing soon. The programming is all done, I just have do testing on another computer, so I think it should be good to go sometime next week. It\'s an 800 Meg library dedicated to a circa \'66-67 Farfisa Combo Compact combo organ, the classic combo organ used by Pink Floyd, Blondie, Iron Butterfly, Stereolab, and tons more. As far as I know the first and only dedicated Farfisa library, it contains approximately 800 7-8 second looped samples of every key of every voice tab, plus every combination of the Multi-tone Booster/All Booster voices with pitch wheel cross fade between the two which emulates the Farfisa\'s knee lever, as well as an FX program with reverb pan crashes and the weird oscillator leakage noise. It will initially be available in 24-bit EXS-24 format (32 programs in all, average 50 megs or so per program) , but I\'ll probably have a gigasampler version available before too long. Although, the EXS version should translate to giga with no problems using CDXtract or Translator, though I havn\'t tried this myself. There\'s not really any EXS specific programming to complicate the translation. I\'ll post a link to the website with more info when it\'s ready for ordering. The price is not absolutely set just yet, but should be well under $100. Here\'s a quick mp3 in the mean time, and forgive my sloppy playing. This is a direct bounce using only Logic\'s reverb.
And for you combo organ fans, I\'ll also be putting out a Vox Continental library hopefully before the end of October.