Westfield, NJ, August 10, 2011 -- Karma-Lab introduces Catalyst Volume 1 – Creativity Xplosion!, a new set of 32 exciting and inspiring KARMA-fied combis for the Korg Kronos.
Priced at only US$32, the sound set includes grooves, backing tracks and sonic textures in a wide variety of styles, ranging from a mixture of Hip-Hop, Dance, Electronica, Trance & Techno categories to Ambient, Jazz, New-Age, Film Score, and World/Ethnic categories.
As is usual for Karma-Lab combis, Catalyst Vol. 1 pushes the KARMA function to the absolute limit. Each combi is composed of 4 complete KARMA Modules and 8 fully-voiced scenes for maximum variability, featuring extensive control via the KARMA Realtime Controls (8 sliders, 8 switches) and the other controllers (joystick, ribbon, vector joystick, 8 RT sliders/knobs, and 2 switches over joystick). In addition, the Kronos's Drum Track has been programmed to add an additional complimentary percussion or drum element in every combi.
Rich Formidoni, Korg Technology Product Manager, affirms the high quality of the collection, “The Catalyst collection demonstrates exactly how much KARMA can inspire,” he comments. “Every one of these combis tells a huge and evolving story.”
Programmed by Eric. J. Sawyer and KARMA developer Stephen Kay, the set represents hundreds of hours of workyet is priced at only $1 per combi. Catalyst includes a 71-page User’s Guide that provides meticulous documentation on each combi in addition to hundreds of tips and trickson how to get the most out of each Performance.
Find out more at Karma-Lab's Catalyst page, including video demos, audio demos, full combi list, and a freely downloadable User's Guide: karma-lab.com/catalyst1
Founded in 1994 and based in Westfield, NJ, Karma-Lab is a provider of software for music and sound creation. The company has developed the KARMA features, software and sounds for a wide variety of Korg keyboards including the Korg Karma,Triton, OASYS, M3, M50 and Kronos, and its award-winning KARMA technology is covered by 11 US Patents. KARMA technology is used worldwide by tens of thousands of users, for applications including audio production, song-writing, film/TV soundtracks,live stage sound, club remixes, computer game sound, and multimedia applications. Find out more at karma-lab.com