Coincidental Music releases Textur for ACE + Spring Fever Sale
Coincidental Music has launched Textur, a collection of 64 patches for the ACE modular synthesizer instrument by u-he.
What can I say about ACE? It gives my ears pleasure in the same way that a Mini Moog used to. It encourages exploration and experimentation in an immediate way that most subtractive synths can’t match. And it’s so rich and responsive that you can really get in deep and fine tune sounds. Three cheers for the shift key!
These patches are the result of 18 months of happy exploration with ACE. I’ve made efforts to make them playable even on modest machines, and this means that many of them can be played as keyboard sounds without too much regard for the consequences.
You’ll find a good number of pads, ranging from bright, ethereal sounds to dark, atonal drones. There are bells, soundscapes, keys and organs, and a smattering of FX, leads and percussion.
The soundset is available for the introductory price of £5 GBP until April 8th, 2014 (regular £6 GBP).
Coincidental Music is also offering a discount on its After Hours (100 patches for AAS Lounge Lizard EP-4) and Prism Sticks (150 patches for AAS Chromaphone) soundsets until April 8th.