Detunized releases Computer Noises sound library
Detunized has launched Computer Noises, a sound library for Ableton Live and WAV.
Computer Noises is based on a wide palette of noises that computers emit when booting, reading from their CD-ROM drives or accessing a hard disk.
The library splits into 2 main categories – mono files and dual-channel files where those presets have a dedicated crossfade macro that blends from left to right passing the stereo stage.
The main categories are further organised in different sceneries like booting computers, blower fans, read/write access of floppies, CD-ROMs or hard drives.
Oddities like hum, buzz and all kinds of crosstalks where used for the creation of some spacey sound effects.
Computer Noises features
- Ableton Live Pack.
- Includes 69 instruments (69 samples), 105 MB content.
- The full-length stems of each computer recorded for this Live Pack are available as separate WAV-file package
- 104 samples, 24Bit/44.1kHz.
- 10 to 100 seconds in length.
- 1.1 GB content.
More information: Detunized