Luftrum 22 for bx_oberhausen
Luftrum and Stephan Baer have teamed up to create a set of 80 new patches for bx_oberhausen, which is a software recreation of the Oberheim SEM an iconic classic from the mid-70s and the first official analog synthesizer by Oberheim.
Luftrum 22 is a selection of buttery soft pads to crispy synth leads, fat unison basses and analog arpeggios – all carrying the two sound designers signature take on the 70s analog classic.
Luftrum 22 requires bx_oberhausen v1.2.0 or later (out November 2019).
The Oberheim SEM is a synth module with two analog oscillators and a 2-pole multimode filter. Originally created to be a backup synth for layering sounds but quickly became a favourite on its own, due to its warm and voluminous sound.
Brainworx created bx_oberhausen using TMT technology to accurately replicate slight variations in separate voices and also added features not available in the original hardware such as full 32 voice polyphony, a powerful unison mode and M/S Technology. With TMT each voice produces a slightly different sound including variations in frequencies and phases as well as frequency responses, exactly like analog hardware would.
Luftrum 22 is fully NKS compatible and includes NKS presets plus NKS audio preview files and also includes an installation PDF guide describing where to place the files.
|Does this contain documentation?||Installation Instructions|
|What type of audio production pack is this?||Soundbank for BX Oberhausen|
|Name of synth||BX Oberhausen|
|No. of presets||80|