Wrongtools Oz [KONTAKT]

Oz is a Tonewheel Organ
  • Publisher: Wrongtools
  • Product: Oz
  • Release: ohsie
  • Requirements: Kontakt v6.7.1+

Wrongtools Oz is a comprehensive sample library that resurrects the vintage Japanese tonewheel organ sound, routed through an array of amps, exotic circuits, and speakers. With 70 patches and 2969 samples, this 5.5 GB library is not designed for organ purists but for those seeking to infuse their music with unique, effectuated variations of classic organ tones.

Key Features

  • Vintage Tonewheel Organ: The library is built upon the Acetone GT-7, a crown jewel of vintage organs, presented through five mix-signals.
  • Extensive Sound-Shaping: Equipped with up to five mix-tracks, Oz offers extensive controls, including a “Glide” slider for legato and portamento transitions.
  • User-Friendly Interface: The interface is straightforward, with advanced options available behind every control for in-depth sound sculpting.

Specs and Patches

  • Diverse Collection: The library includes normal and reception patches, with the latter recorded through amps and hardware for a more colored sound.
  • Articulation Control: Users can switch articulations via KeySwitch or Midi-CC, and there’s an option for simulated round-robin from adjoining samples.
  • Custom IR Reverbs: Adjustable custom IR reverbs and included signals like speaker, room, spring-reverb, mini-leslie, and DI enhance the spatial quality of the samples.

Tainted Patches and Settings

  • Experimental Sounds: Half of the included patches are of a more experimental nature, offering wilder sound variations.
  • Velocity Curve Adjustment: The velocity curve option helps adjust the instrument to the player’s style, with a “flat” curve option for traditional organ sounds.

Wrongtools Oz stands out as a vast library of unusual presets made from a vintage tonewheel organ, recorded through amps and gritty warped hardware effects and tapes. It’s a treasure trove for producers looking to add a unique vintage flavor to their tracks.

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