It's #foundryFriday again. You're welcome.
1987. The Legend of Zelda was released, the stock market crash known as Black Monday, Aretha Franklin inducted into the Rock'n'Roll hall of fame, Prozac becomes a thang... And Yamaha unleash the SHS10 on the world, clearly a highlight.
11 years later UK exports 'Gomez' found one (probably among their childhood toys) and used it to hit us with the opening synth line to their debut album 'Bring It On', in opening track 'Get Miles'. Patch number 33, transposed down 12 semitones, and with a little pitchy-bendy happening. Check it out below.
Sonus Brandon is a pretty big fan of Gomez, and Sonus Stevie just happens to have an SHS10. Some fresh batteries and a bunch of balancing, editing, formatting, scripting, and, packaging later, we present the shs10 P33. That same sound Gomez used in 'Get Miles', with the added bonus of what we like to call the 'not too much now...' big knob. Get it, open it, enjoy the knob. Not too much now though, as it $#*@'s up the sound.
Enjoy, The Sonus Team.
The Sonus Instruments shs-10 P33 requires the full version of Native Instruments Kontakt version 5.8 to function and internet access in order to download the instrument. The downloads are not available on a hard drive.