Gothic Instruments Release DRONAR Vintage Synth Module

The sixth instalment in the Dronar series brings retro futuristic vibes reminiscent of classic 80’s synths. Here's the lowdown.  

Gothic Instruments has released a new module in its Dronar series - Dronar Vintage Synth. Here's what Time & Space told us about it. 

"With a retro futuristic vibe reminiscent of the classic 80’s synth from which the sounds were derived, DRONAR Vintage Synth is Gothic Instrument’s sixth module in their critically acclaimed product line of atmosphere creation tools.

Transport your audience into an epic audio universe brimming with trepidation, tension or wonder. From light, airy and ethereal to big, bold and dramatic, the sounds in DRONAR Vintage Synth are incredibly versatile for cinematic projects from sci-fi to thrillers to action genres and more. There’s easily a place for them in ambient and electronic music too.

Just press a few keys and DRONAR Vintage Synth will generate a complete universe of rich evolving sounds. It automatically spreads out the chord in the mid-range, adds a root bass note, a high note and then adds evolving sound effects which can be easily customised using the 6 dials on the main page. This simple process allows you to play and tweak simultaneously for a truly expressive, and immersive experience.
               
Furthermore, DRONAR Vintage Synth features four additional pages of controls, FX and an innovative arpeggiator to really open up the possibilities of this revolutionary engine, bringing the sounds to life for a result that is rich and dramatic."

"The programming that´s gone into this is amazing, and I know that because I´ve got the real module here and I´ve NEVER got it to sound this good!!!” – Ty Unwin, leading TV composer.

AVAILABILITY & PRICING

DRONAR Vintage Synth Module is available to buy now with an introductory 20% discount price of £47.96 / €56.76 / $63.36 until 21st December 2017.

Existing Gothic Instruments customers can use their loyalty discount to save an additional 20% on top!

Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More

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