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ANALOGUE MONOSYNTH COLLECTION | VOL.1

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The Sample Pack

This pack was created with the modern sampler in mind. Every note on every pitch range was recorded individually with a short attack and longer decay, sustain and release settings on an amplitude envelope with an open filter. This gives producers the control they need to sculpt and shape these samples to create their own version of one of the worlds most influential monophonic synths.

The Machine

This Analogue MonoSynth pack was recorded from the HybrasilSH09, a stripped down monosynth from the late 1970’s and older brother of the famous 101. Used by artists such as 808 State, Cabaret Voltaire / Richard Kirk, Vince Clarke, Eurythmics, Baby Ford, Massive Attack, OMD, Tangerine Dream, Orbital

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The Sample Pack

This pack was created with the modern sampler in mind. Every note on every pitch range was recorded individually with a short attack and longer decay, sustain and release settings on amplitude envelope with an open filter. This gives producers the control they need to sculpt and shape these samples to create their own version of one of the worlds most influential monophonic synths.

The Machine

This Analogue MonoSynth pack was recorded from the HybrasilSH09, a stripped down monosynth from the late 1970’s and older brother of the famous 101. Used by artists such as 808 State, Cabaret Voltaire / Richard Kirk, Vince Clarke, Eurythmics, Baby Ford, Massive Attack, OMD, Tangerine Dream, Orbital

The Recording Process

These instruments were carefully recorded using Universal Audio analogue modeled tube preamps and processed through the famed Hybrasil’s channel strip; commonly used on Hybrasil productions and in his HBL mixing work.

HBL Studios

HBL Studios is a Berlin based studio collaboration by Radio Slave & Hybrasil, offering creative solutions for underground artists and labels including studio samples, mixing, mastering and post-production.

 

Artist Comments

“The SH09 was originally released in 1978, more than 40 years later it’s still the sound of the future. A true engineering masterpiece, I am still learning and hearing new things every time I use it. I used it extensively on my debut album ‘Embers’ and it is the lead synth on ‘Hour Glass’ which features on ‘We Don’t Flip EP’ with Rekids. I love working on this machine, it’s irreplaceable.”

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