Free soundset for the Way Out Ware TimewARP 2600.

TimewARP 2600 - screenshot

My absolute favorite soft synth is a recreation of the ARP 2600 from Way Out Where. It’s called the Timewarp 2600 and it screams, bleeps, grinds and explodes. No other plug-in I own has such detuned madness happening inside it. Today I give you my first free sound set for the Timewarp 2600. If you don’t own this synth you owe it to yourself to head over to Way Out Where’s website and try the demo.

ARP 2600 - photoThe ARP 2600 is without a doubt one of the finest analog synthesizers ever. It is very popular and has been used by artists for over 20 years in all forms of music, especially today’s electronic music. The 2600 is a professional, semi-modular, monophonic, patch-cable synthesizer that competed directly against the first professional Modular Moog synths during the early 1970′s. Unlike other modular systems of the time which required you to pick and choose modules that you (or the manufacturer) then had to mount inside a case and wire together, the 2600 is semi-modular with a fixed selection of basic synth modules internally pre-wired and ready to go! Most of these connections can be “re-wired” with patch-cords and clearly labeled patch-points. – Vintage Synth Explorer

Here is an audio run through of some of the presets I created:

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So what are you waiting for? Download the sound set: Click here

photo credit: Ian Varley and check out Ian’s ARP music blog

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on October 30, 2007 at 11:10 am, filed under plug-ins. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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4 Responses to “Free soundset for the Way Out Ware TimewARP 2600.”

  1. I am on a Mac and can load the soundset fine. However, a friend of mine on PC said he had to do the following:

    step 1 extract file to timewarp directory
    step 2 rename file with .wow extension
    step 3 click on preset manager in timewarp plugin
    step 4 import preset bank from timewarp vst directory

  2. matt says:

    page not found ???

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