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Naturally one would expect to get a healthy sampling of growls and roars with a library that features wild cats. This library does not disappoint. Each of the lion, tiger, and lioness folders contain a fair number of growls and roars at varying intensities and inflections. Occasionally you can hear a bit of room reverberation in the recordings, especially in the lion roars, but...
The Korg Monotron is a small (6"x3") analog ribbon synth. Because of its small size you can carry it with you anywhere, and believe me you'll want to. If you are anything like me this little synth will become addictive fast. I'm a sucker for cool little toys that make electronic blips and bleeps. Let's face it, if you enjoy messing around with tone generators and oscillators you'll love this synthesizer...
The Waves Solid State Logic 4000 plugin collection is part of the Waves Modeling Series bundles. The suite is based on the legendary SSL 4000 series console and features the SSL E-Channel, the SSL G-Master Buss Compressor, the SSL G-Equalizer, and the new G-Channel. According to Waves these plugins sound so close to the original that even experts who have worked with the hardware versions of these plugins cannot tell the difference...
I bought my first Zoom H4-I own two- in March 2007. I have taken it with me to Jamaica, Italy, and the U.K., twice. I have used it reliably in snow storms, tropical rains showers, on top of mountains, at the back of ferries, and many more places. My other Zoom H4 travels the world with a field sound recordist, Joe, who has used it in Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, all over the United States, France, and several other European and African countries.