Wave Alchemy demoes its Digital Revolution
Wave Alchemy has released a free lighter version of its upcoming Digital Revolution drum machine library for Kontakt.
Digital Revolution, which full version is expected very soon, will feature the sounds of 12 iconic drum machines from the 80’s, which character can be controlled with various modes (Hi-Fi, Lo-Fi Grit and Lo-Fi Pitch) and variations. The library will include 15 588 samples in total and will offer a step sequencer, as well as mixing and mastering sections.
Wave Alchemy adds that to produce this library, its team recorded 9 digital and 3 analog drum machines with all their characteristics (tuning, decay…) and then resampled them several times with a legendary “grey” 12-bit sampler, which allows you to choose in Kontakt the different modes in real time.
As an appetizer, Wave Alchemy released today a lighter version of Digital Revolution, with a single drum and one “character” mode per voice. This version has only 566 samples but includes the step sequencer and mixing/mastering sections.
Viewers of this article also read...
- IK Multimedia AmpliTube Orange now on iOS IK Multimedia has released the iOS version of its AmpliTube Orange amp modeling software and launches a special contest.
- The VSL MIRx extensions now for Vienna Instruments VSL announces the update of its free Vienna Instruments sample player, which now allows for using the MIRx reverb extensions.
- DrumSpillage 2 is available AudioSpillage has finally released the second version of its DrumSpillage drum synth plug-in for Mac OS X.