SYNTHiC4TE | March 10 2018 | 703 KB
As precursors of Electronic music, the members of the German quartet Kraftwerk have worked with their machines as equals. By leaving aside their ego, they became the icons and forerunners of a new generation of musicians.
The Kraft Tribute sound bank for the Modular V and Prophet V celebrates the work of Kraftwerk, the iconic band created in 1970. Like an icebreaker, Kraftwerk became an inalienable legend by forcing its own way through the music map, a way that we now call Electronic music.
Created by Paul Schilling, the 56 sounds of the Kraft Tribute bank will allow you to reassemble the key components of their most remarkable productions, or to use them to augment your own creations. This toolbox includes the sounds that made the signature of Kraftwerk: sequences, analog percussions, SFX, pads, leads and basses.
Kraftwerk pioneered Electronic music, and their early work certainly divided opinion between fans and critics. History has now spoken, and sided with the fans, and so do we.