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Four new samplepacks have been added to the sidsonic shop.

  • Noize is about the random fluctuations in an electric signal which usually give musicians and sounddesigners the creeps.
  • Analog Grains was made using a combination of warm analog soundmaterial and the tight tolerance of granular synthesis.
  • Reverbtized is about the misuse of reverb processors. Utilising tons of effects rather simple sounds are blown out of proportion.
  • Analogue Monobass is dedicated to deep and huge basses, all made with a full blown modularsystem plus some very perky DIY circuits.

Features:

  • All sounds are multi-sample sets, providing seamless playability
  • No data reduction was used on the sampling material
  • For a quick start all samples are mapped in exs, nki, patch and sxt format
  • Compatible with Ableton Live, Reason, Logic, Cubase, Kontakt, Pro Tools and all applications which are able to handle wave audio files.
  • All samples recorded in wav format 24bit/96khz
  • each of the four packs contains 15 or more multi-samplesets, which can be bought alltogether (Complete) or in several Subpacks.

 

For more information have a look at shop.sidsonic-libraries.com.

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