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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Apr 17 > WAVE ALCHEMY Revolution


Can Wave Alchemy’s new Kontakt instrument capture the real sound and vibe of a range of classic drum machines? Alex Holmes prepares to program some beats…


Manufacturer Wave Alchemy

Price £149.95

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Minimum system requirements Kontakt Player 5.6.5 or Kontakt 5.6.5 Mac OS X 10.10 Intel Core 2 Duo Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 32-/64- bit), Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4 GB RAM

Over the last few years, Wave Alchemy has positioned itself as a premier source for drum-machine samples, with a care and attention to detail bordering on obsession. Whether it’s recording raw hits from a variety of units, or applying crunchy saturation through tape or other means, there have been a number of deeply sampled vintageinstrument releases. Revolution is the natural progression of such a collection, and combines many of the previous drum-machine releases with all new libraries, and packages them in a high-tech new Kontakt interface.

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