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Prime Loops releases 8-Bitstep sample pack

Prime Loops 8-Bitstep

Prime Loops has launched 8-Bitstep, a sample pack featuring 340MB+ of glitch dubstep, including half-tempo heavy drum loops, glitchy synths, devious basslines & much more.

Fusing low-fi sounds with Dubstep, 8-Bitstep is the latest audio experiment to breakout from the Prime Loops audio lab, so put on your surgical mask and get ready to dissect this brand new sample pack.

Extracting the cells of two downright twisted genres, we’ve poised them against one another to create another expertly-blended sample smash! Will Dubstep steal the limelight or will 8-Bit neutralise the competition? When these two team up, you’re in for a double-whammy of wobble-glitch sample superiority. We’ve taken some inspiration from the likes of Oblivion, Terror Danjah and Caspa who have all demonstrated fearless Dubstep prowess whilst invading and dominating the Glitch Hop scene too.

Weighing in at over 340MB 8-Bitstep will clog your download folder with 6 bulging folders containing Arps, Bass, Drums, FX, Lead and Synth loops. From anvil-heavy half-tempo beats to glitchy anarchic arps, unbridled bass deviations, dominant leads and greasy synths, there’s a substantial helping of slime to pour into your productions. Swipe any of these samples from your download folder and they’ll sync instantly with any major sampling software. Just click on your selected sample, drag it over your DAW and drop it in. It’ll sync instantly with any pre-existing mix and you can adjust the tempo by clicking the end of the stem and adjusting the length to meet the BPM that you require. Each sample is mastered in blissful 24-bit high definition clarity to cut through the dirt!

The sample pack costs £16.95 GBP.

More information: Prime Loops / 8-Bitstep

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Open Music Labs launches Mixtape Alpha crowdfunding project

Open Music Labs has announced that it is crowdfunding its Mixtape Alpha pocket-sized 8-bit synthesizer at Crowd Supply.

Open Music Labs Mixtape Alpha
The Mixtape Alpha project is based on the ATmega328p processor, which is also used in the Arduino. All of the source code is online, so it can be hacked to make your own custom sounds.

Mixtape Alpha was a successful experiment for us, so much so, we ran out of our first production run. And, after much soul-searching, we decided to retire the product. But, before we did that, we wanted to give one last chance for music enthusiasts everywhere to get a Mixtape Alpha. As Neil Young said, “it’s better to burn out than fade away”.

The Mixtape Alpha has a stylophone style input for continuous tone generation, and six buttons for discrete notes. With four voices, four effects, and five-note polyphony there is quite a range of expression. You can even loop a pattern and play a second part on top. But, the best part is, you can record the songs you make, and trade mixtapes with your friends! And it comes in its own cassette case, with instructions.

The project is looking to raise $6,000 USD before funding ends on October 15th, 2013. Backers can pick up the Mixtape Alpha for $42 USD. Shipping is expected in January, 2014.

More information: Open Music Labs / Mixtape Alpha

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Soundcells updates bitBUMPER deluxe to v3

Soundcells bitBUMPER deluxe v3

Soundcells has announced the release of bitBUMPER deluxe v3, the ultimate 4 and 8 bit Pandora Box filled
with hundreds of low bit surprises.

This ReFill is your best friend when you´re looking for inspiring new sounds with a character and a bite. To catch this character some amazing sources were sampled: RozzBox One v2, QuadraSID, the old grey Gameboy from 1989 with “Nanoloop 1″ and “Littlesounddj”, the Gameboy Advance SP from 2003 with “Nanoloop 2″ and the Nintendo DS Lite from 2006 with “DS Electroplankton” and “Korg DS-10″.

Version 3 adds new rex loops, 20 new combinator & 25 NNXT patches, as also lots of new samples …

bitBUMPER deluxe v3 features

  • 382 combinator patches.
  • 185 NNXT patches, 138 rex loops, 650 unique samples.
  • 12 demo tracks in Reason format included.

bitBUMPER deluxe v3 is available for the introductory price of 27.90 EUR until September 15th, 2013 (regular 39.90 EUR).

More information: Soundcells / bitBUMPER

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Elektron releases Nintari Flashback Sound pack for the Octatrack

Elektron Nintari

Elektron has announced the release of the Nintari Flashback sound pack for the Octatrack dynamic performance sampler.

The Atari 2600 and the Nintendo Entertainment System are the consoles that helped form a generation. They are remembered not only for their amazing selection of games, but also for that special video game sound they were capable of generating. The great Puremagnetik team has sampled both consoles in detail and we are proud to present the fruit of their labor: the Nintari Flashback Sound pack. The mixture of seriously raw waveforms, lo-fi squeaks and 8-bit drum sounds will beam the Octatrack straight back to the future. Press start to continue!

The sound pack is specifically made for the Octatrack. Included is an Octatrack set featuring 1 project, 16 patterns and 4 parts. Also included are 16 scenes per part, providing a great starting point for experimenting with the demo patterns.

The Nintari Flashback pack costs 30 EUR.

More information: Elektron / Nintari Flashback

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Future Loops releases Arcadia – 8 Bits Invasion

Future Loops Arcadia 8 Bits Invasion

Future Loops has announced Arcadia – 8 Bits Invasion, a sample library featuring a collection of retro gaming inspired sound effects.

“Arcadia – 8 Bits Invasion” features bleeps, blips and bloops, noises, lasers and tracker synths divided into 8 different categories: Healers, 1-Up, Game Over, Checkpoint, Star Power, Hazards, Strange Beings, Shooters, Continue and Warp Zone.

This collection is 100% Royalty-Free ad includes 524 WAV samples.

The sample library costs 19.95 EUR.

More information: Future Loops / Arcadia – 8 Bits Invasion

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Famous Audio intros Heavy Bass Artillery for Massive

Famous Audio Heavy Bass Artillery

Famous Audio has released Heavy Bass Artillery, a collection of bass sounds for the Massive soft synthesizer by Native Instruments.

“Famous Audio” are very proud to present our latest release “Heavy Bass Artillery” loaded with 60 freshest presets that will put you right at the forefront.

The collection contains 37 Basses,11 Monophonic Leads, 7 FX, 5 Synths. All sounds use the Macro Control Knobs and are very versatile! They can be used with Massive 1.3.0 or higher.

“Famous Audio” proves it’ s professional and delivers the dirtiest and hardest NI Massive presets for your next hit. Designed for use in Heavy Bass, Moombah, Dubstep, Breaks, Trap, 8Bit and Chiptune productions.

The soundset costs £19.95 GBP.

More information: Famous Audio / Heavy Bass Artillery

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Soundcells releases Digital Genome v3

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Soundcells has announced the release of Digital Genome v3, a ReFill featuring the sounds of the Amiga 1200.

In modern molecular biology, the genome is the entirety of an organism´s hereditary information. It is encoded either in DNA or in case of this fine ReFill it´s the AMIGA1200 encoded in Reason´s NNXT samples.

The AMIGA1200 with it´s 8-bit Paula chip was extremely popular among producers all over the world in the early nineties. “Digital Genome” picks up the thread where Soundcells left with “bitBUMPER deluxe” with it´s funky, housy and spacy lo-fi character! Warm, gritty, sleezy, dangerous and nostalgic are the keywords.

This ReFill can be used as a full workstation since everything the old Amiga had to offer is in there: basses, keys, lead synths, warm pads and enough drums and percussion to eat your heart out. And do not forget the wonderful FX section. The 200+ Genome combinators are conveniently built up with the right button functionality. Version 3 adds 25 new combinator patches, new NNXT patches as well as revised backdrops…

Digital Genome v3 features

  • 203 combinator patches in 6 folders, great for many different styles of music: 36 Basses, 28 SFX, 43 Keys, 18 Leads, 27 Misc, 51 Pads.
  • 208 NNXT patches containing the basic sounds which were used for the combinators.
  • 230 original AMIGA1200 samples, 178 MB uncompressed.
  • 21 fresh and great useable rex loops.

Digital Genome v3 is available to purchase for the introductory price of 19.90 EUR until December 1st, 2012 (regular 29.90 EUR).

More information: Soundcells / Digital Genome v3

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