Flinder's Way is an expansion bank of 79 presets for the Korg Monopoly Vsti
The Flinder's Way bank covers Basses, Precussions, Chords and Tronics
Taking full advantage of Monopoly's Matrix Modulation huge possibilities and of its gorgeous oscillators and filters, all the instruments in this collection make full use of the modulation wheel for expressive playing and instant pleasure.
Flinder's Way covers all types of basses and percussions : From the warm vintage analog basses to the more modern intruments
- Included PDF document with tips, tricks, list of presets with an individual comment for each preset
- All instruments use the Modulation Wheel, as well as other controllers
- Extensive use of the Matrix Modulation for highly expressive instruments
Lotuzia (programmer of the bank) : " The Monopoly has the same oscillator quality than its brothers Ms-20 and Polysix. It adds a brilliant Modulation Matrix, and another Korg Wonder Filter. This allows precise and versatile sound sculpture and "beyond strict analog" possibilities. A real class synth, in a category of its own."
Note : there are 4 other available soundsets for the Monopoly, each covering a specific range of instruments.
Note : All banks are Mac compatible Korg Official Monopoly Page
Judge by yourself and listen to our audio demos. Our audio demos only make use of the internal Fx and we only used the modulation wheel for the automations. Not a single Eq, compressor was used
Single instruments demos (only one instrument playing at a time)
Park Lane Demo (pads) Broad Walk Demo (keys)
Champs-Elysées Demo ( Leads) Flinder's Way Demo (Bass-Prc)
SchlossAllée Demo (Fx-Arp-Seqs)
" I love the Monopoly and Vanguard Banks very much :-) "
Michel R W (Switzerland) in Email
" Don't miss this one, you'll be sorry if you don't. No really, get them they're good ! "
NorthSouth in Kvr forum
"Got it - excellent stuff thanks!"
SWAN808 in Kvr PM
11/2008 "Thanks a lot for the outstanding banks - truly great programming!!!"
Jesper F.N -Denmark- in Email
"Some very cool and useful sounds in your collections. I would definitely recommend people to check them out!"
Sequent in KVR Forum