Applied Acoustics Systems Plastic Pop soundset for Ultra Analog VA-1 & AAS Player

Applied Acoustics Systems has released Plastic Pop, an Ultra Analog VA-1 & AAS Player sound bank featuring a collection of 127 sounds inspired by the 80s and created by sound designer Andre Ettema.

Applied Acoustics Systems Plastic Pop

The 127 presets of Plastic Pop muse back at arpeggio, bass, effects, lead, and pad sounds of the 80s. Included are analog and digital favorites from the Juno, DX7, Wavestation, and D-50 as well as guitar synths, the TX81Z’s LatelyBass, and of course the Honkytonk sound! A superb kit to revisit the top new wave and synthpop albums from Duran Duran, Japan, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and ABC. Shoulder pads are not included.

Composer/sound designer Andre Ettema is specialized in audio design and sound programming for artists and picture. Andre has been working closely with Junkie XL and collaborated as additional audio designer and synthesizer programmer for a lot of film and game scores. Credits include work for Scissor Sisters, Madonna, Justin Timberlake, and soundtracks for EA games SSX Blur and Need for Speed Prostreet.

Plastic Pop for Ultra Analog VA-1 and AAS Player (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $39 USD. Registered AAS users can purchase the soundset for $19 USD until October 11th, 2011.

More information: Applied Acoustics Systems / Plastic Pop

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Camel Audio releases Guitar Mutations for Alchemy and Alchemy Player

Camel Audio Guitar Mutations

Camel Audio has announced the release of Guitar Mutations, a new sound library for Alchemy and Alchemy Player.

Guitar Mutations features a studio full of classic guitars warped into strange new forms. Explore guitars with four necks whose resonating bodies morph into keyboards, fractal arpeggiations, tortured string soundscapes, stressed whammy bars and fractured frets as well as creamy overdrive, shimmering chorus and chugging riffs.

Guitar Mutations takes full advantage of the Alchemy Player engine with 2GB of new samples. There’s haunting fingerpicking, quirky strumming and plaintive harmonics through to aggressive shredding and all manner of unconventional playing techniques. Guitar Mutations is perfect for creating ambient guitarscapes or adding an innovative edge to your rock and electronica productions.

Guitar Mutations features

  • 150 sounds (1200 variations) for Alchemy.
  • Includes 42 Guitars, 32 Soundscapes, 18 Arps, 16 Loops, 9 Bass, 8 Keys, 8 Synth, 7 Pads, 5 Leads, 5 Sound Effects.
  • Suitable for Rock, Pop, Electronica & Ambient genres.
  • Sound Designers Andre Ettema, Himalaya, Nick Moritz, Martin Walker, biomechanoid, Corin Neff, Chris Sciurba, Christian Kjeldsen, Stephan Romer, Ole Jeppesen, Arksun.

Guitar Mutations is available to purchase for $59 USD/€49 EUR/£39 GBP.

More information: Camel Audio / Guitar Mutations

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Applied Acoustics Systems releases Angelicals, Ultra Analog VA-1 & AAS Player sound bank

Applied Acoustics Systems Angelicals

Applied Acoustics Systems has announced the release of Angelicals, a new soundbank for Ultra Analog VA-1 and AAS Player by composer/sound designer Andre Ettema.

Highly inspired by the work of Vangelis and Jean-Michel Jarre, Angelicals is a retro-futuristic flashback in progressive and experimental electronic music.

The 101 presets, divided into Arpeggios, Bass, Effects, Leads, Loops, Pads, and Synth categories, provide everything you need to dive right into the dramatic tension and enigmatic realms of sci-fi and thriller sounds.

Angelicals for Ultra Analog VA-1 & AAS Player (VST/AU) is available to purchase for $39 USD.

More information: Applied Acoustics Systems / Angelicals

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Applied Acoustics Systems releases 30.8676 Hz, Ultra Analog VA-1 & AAS Player sound bank

Applied Acoustics Systems 30.8676 Hz

Applied Acoustics Systems has released 30.8676 Hz, a new sound bank for the Ultra Analog VA-1 and AAS Player, by composer/sound designer Andre Ettema.

The 100 presets of 30.8676Hz flirt with the limits of your auditory abilities.

Split in two, the Movements presets make heavy use of the arpeggiator for some ferocious thumping action while the Stills presets get you your dose of fat, snoring, and wobbly analog goodness.

The 30.8676 Hz Sound Bank for Ultra Analog VA-1 & AAS Player is available to purchase for the introductory price of $19 USD until February 15th, 2011 to registered AAS users (regular $39 USD).

More information: Applied Acoustics Systems / 30.8676 Hz

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Camel Audio releases Electronic Bass, Alchemy Sound Library

Camel Audio Electronic Bass

Camel Audio has announced the release of Electronic Bass, a new Alchemy Sound Library.

Electronic Bass is a voyage in to the depths, offering cutting precision and rock-solid foundations. From rich and powerful to clean and deep, thin and wiry to the thickest layers imaginable, this collection covers everything from hard techno bass that can slice through a mix to smooth, throbbing sub-basses, phat synthesised tones, filthy electro, deep dubstep wobble basses, short attacking stabs, speaker-shredding filter sweeps, deep hypnotic arpeggios and bouncing, sequenced bass loops.

Suitable for a wide range of genres from dubstep to techno, Electronic Bass also introduces over fifty new sampled bass sounds, and has been carefully sorted in to folder categories so you can quickly find the most suitable candidate for your project. Electronic Bass was created by our talented team of sound designers from around the globe.

Electronic Bass features

  • 150 bass sounds (1200 variations).
  • 40 Classic, 23 Distorted, 17 Layered, 17 Sweep, 16 Short, 14 Wobble, 8 Sub), 8 Arps, 7 Loops.
  • Suitable for Electronica, Techno, Hard Dance, Drum and Bass, Dubstep, and Breakbeat genres.
  • Sound Designers: Andre Ettema, Nick Moritz, Himalaya, Ian Boddy, Bryan Lee, biomechanoid, patchen preston, Yuroun.

Electronic Bass is available to purchase for Windows and Mac (standalone instrument when used with the included Alchemy Player) for $59 USD / 49 EUR / 39 GBP.

More information: Camel Audio / Electronic Bass

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