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Kid Nepro Adds Vintage Synths to Kontakt Lineup

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November 24, 2004

The company's second release for users of Native Instruments' Kontakt software sampler, Kid Nepro Vintage Synthesizer sounds are also compatible with Native Instruments Intakt, Kompakt and Battery Samplers.

The samples in this collection capture some of the most popular vintage synths ever made, such as the Mini Moog, Prophet-5, Prophet VS, OB8, Matrix-12, Xpander, Jupiter-8, MKS80, Synclavier, ARP2600, Fairlight, Mellotron, Voyetra-8, DX7 and more.

Kontakt Sounds are also available as Downloadable Files at only $5. per download package. Order online for download delivery and have your new sounds the sameday. Price for the CD-ROM is $75.

For more information, visit their web site at www.kidnepro.com

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