Rhythmic Robot releases Silencio
Rhythmic Robot introduces Silencio, a multimode 24-bit silence engine library.
Featuring eight meticulously-recorded silent environments (six analogue and two digital) plus hard bypass, Silencio gives you instant access to different tonalities of silence across a full 88-key range. A comprehensive control set allows further tailoring of the core silences. Its uses are limited only by your imagination, but there are some standout application, such as adding space to a mix, playing jazz (definitely helps listening to the notes the guy isn’t playin), playing experimental music (Silencio definitely provides a perfect rendition of John Cage's 4'33), or creating library music (for actual libraries), meditation soundtracks (ideal with noise-cancelling headphones), and even some technical applications such as trying to add Silencio to your buss compressor’s sidechain (for example) for a really ‘pumping’ sound.
While announced at a RRP of £69 (which already was quite a bargain), Silencio is offered for free today only at www.rhythmicrobot.com.
Still, this library has already prompted a heated debate here at AudioFanzine: is analogue silence overrated compared with its digital counterpart? Don't hesitate to take part in the debate through the comment section under this article.
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