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VGSG's Kontakt 5 Bundle
Get Every Kontakt Library We Have to Offer and Save BIG!
Included in this bundle are all of our Kontakt libraries we offer.
VGSG's Gospel Essentials
Musicians in the Gospel music genre have grown tired of paying thousands upon thousands of dollars in order to get the synthesizers mostly used in Gospel. Getting these sometimes rare and usually expensive boards just for one or two sounds while spending thousands of dollars is a thing of the past now thanks to virtual instruments.
This VGSG's Gospel Essentials!
Gospel Essentials offers the classic MKS-20 Module sounds most musicians want as well as a host of even more classic and expressive sounds in one library! Editing parameters included are ADSR, a detailed Velocity Curve Editor, and a 10 Effect Section!
VGSG's Classic Gospel Synth Sounds
For the longest time, Gospel musicians have admired and longed for the keyboard sounds from the 80s and 90s era of Gospel music.
After years of research and conversations with Gospel musicians from all over the world, we bring you VGSG's Classic Gospel Synth Sounds!
Finally, we have the majority of the classic Gospel sounds remastered in one Kontakt 5 library!
Classic Gospel Synth Sounds offers classic sounds heard from Gospel artists of the past such as rich Pianos, expressive Electric Pianos, Disney-esque Bells, soaring Strings and more! Editing parameters included are a detailed Velocity Curve Editor, high quality Spring Reverb and a stereo panning Vibrato.
VGSG's EX5 Sounds Full Package
For those unfamiliar with the EX5 Synthesizer, it was released in 1998 by the same manufacturer of the classic DX7 FM Synthesizer. The world was just two years away from the new millennium and synthesizer development was at it's prime. The EX5 was a result of how cutting edge synthesizer development was at the time.