FARFISA DP18 Digital Piano | Multi Samples + OP​-​1 Patches

by Cremacaffè design | Sounds & Samples

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Farfisa started manufacturing electric organs in 1964. The instruments were originally known as CMI organs when first introduced. Richard Wright’s use of a Farfisa was integral to the sound of Pink Floyd’s albums, such as The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, Ummagumma and The Dark Side of the Moon.

DP-18 multi sample pack includes all factory-presets of the Digital Piano keyboard, in both clean and chorus versions (8 x 2 sounds). Sample format is standard Wav and Aif which also works as patches for the Teenage Engineering OP-1 synth. These sounds can be used with any hardware or software sampler which supports Wav or Aif formats, or else you can just convert them to any other audio format of your convenience.

Each sound has been sampled 5 times (C note along the five DP18 octaves), straight into the OP-1 sampler engine, through the Line-In; perfect clean sound. Patches then have been edited and properly renamed for optimal use with the OP-1.

Please make sure you provide a working e-mail address when buying this set. Following the purchase, you will be receiving a download-link for the zip package (100 Mb circa).

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released July 15, 2014

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