EPIK4 is a synth ReFill based on the sounds of KAWAI K4 synthesizer from the late 80s.
The KAWAI K4 was released in 1989 as a competitor to the Roland D-50.
In this point of view, EPIK4 can be considered as a sister of DEEPFLIGHT, but while the Roland D-50 has a warm analogue character, the K4’s digital filter gives you fuzzy but still warm sounds.
Please note that EPIK4 is not a software emulation of the KAWAI K4 synthesizer! It is a sample based library. The synthesizer we used was only a raw material: the recorded samples were the starting points.
We have exploited the specific features of REASON and created a vivid, live sounding library.
K4 Combinator bank: 128 patches (for instant inspiration)
K4 NN-XT Bank: 288 patches (for everyday use)
K4 NN-19 Bank: 226 patches
Rex Loops: 14 Octo Rex sets & 112 rx2 melodic loops
samples: 1138 wav files in 24 bit resolution (1.3 GB in total)
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