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Diginoiz releases Crazy Arps 2 & Massive Big Room Sounds

Diginoiz Crazy Arps 2

Diginoiz has released Crazy Arps 2 and Massive Big Room Sounds, two new sound packs.

Diginoiz is proud to present the second part of the probably best arpegiator pack ever! Crazy Arps 2! Great vibe, incredible hardware sound, extremely melodic, prepared with attention to details!

You will find there 52 synthesizer arp sounds in Trap / South style ready to be an inspiration for Your music! Over 300 Mb multiformat material, definitely a must have in music production!

Massive Big Room Sounds

One of the best VST synthesizer ever, plus one of the most popular genre in the last few months! All of this in one Diginoiz product! Massive Big Room Sounds!

Incredible, great sounding, made with passion and what’s most important, taking all the current trends into account, by a professional sound designer with over 10 years of experience.

You will find here 64 perfect, Big Room, Massive Sounds ready to be imported to Your favorite NI vst Massive instrument. Basses, Chords, Leads, plucks and Drum Sounds just waiting for Your creativity!

The packs are available for purchase for 20 EUR each.

More information: Diginoiz

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Puremagnetik releases Kardoni ARP Omni sound library

Puremagnetik Kardoni

Puremagnetik has released Kardoni, a sample library of programs that delivers the legendary ARP Omni Mk2 right to your desktop.

As one of the most prolific and versatile “stringers” of the late 1970s, the ARP Omni has polyphonic Violin, Viola, Bass and Cello waveforms. It is split into 3 sections: Strings, Synthesizer and Bass synth – all simultaneously available.

To emulate the original synthesizer, a restored ARP Omni was expertly recorded, voice by voice, and reverse engineered for Ableton Live, Kontakt and Logic. It even includes the famous chorus, phaser and hollow waveform sounds.

The Ableton Live and Logic versions come with individual “Voice Modules” libraries alongside sound designed programs. The Live version gives you additional controls to shape and construct the individual voices, hollow waveform and chorus/phaser selections – just like on the original.

The Kontakt version of Kardoni includes a completely reverse engineered Omni emulation. All from within the Kontakt UI, the string voicings, hollow waveform, phaser, chorus, bass and synth can be tweaked to complete your retro synthesizer satisfaction!

Kardoni is available in Ableton Live, Kontakt & Logic formats, priced at $15 USD.

More information: Puremagnetik / Kardoni

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CL-Projects releases OSA (Old School Arps) for Kontakt

CL-Projects has launched OSA (Old School Arps), a sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

CL-Projects OSA

Imagine yourself in a cellar, filled with vintage synthesizers and analog sequencers, flashing lights, knobs and faders everywhere, playing Berlin School electronic music. If you don’t have any of that equipment to your disposal, this library is the next best thing. It tries to bring some of that sound and feeling to your home and studio by supplying vintage arpeggio patches.

The Berlin School electronic genre of music was first made in Berlin in the 1970s, hence the name, by electronic music artists like Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze and Ashra. Typical for this type of music are the evolving, atmospheric and hypnotic layered sequencer textures. The sound consists basically of ambient elements combined with short, repeating sequenced runs of notes, which gives the music a rhythmic element.

OSA is a Kontakt 5 library aimed at this genre of electronic music from the 1970s and 1980s and consists of vintage arpeggios, and a few modern ones too. Inspired by musicians like Jean Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, Michael Hoenig and countless others.

OSA features

  • For Kontakt 5.1 and higher (full version).
  • 24-bit 44.100 kHz ncw samples.
  • 50 different waveforms per oscillator.
  • 24 samples per patch, 12 per oscillator (76 notes).
  • Velocity and Aftertouch responsive.
  • 6 folders containing a total of 151 patches.
  • Patches divided into Straight, Triplets and One Shot (separate folders).
  • 4 Effects: Reverb, Delay, Chorus & Phaser.
  • Time and Speed parameters sync to Host tempo (Delay, Chorus and Phaser).
  • All parameters on 1 page.

The library is available for purchase for £19.99 GBP.

More information: CL-Projects / OSA

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Squareheads updates Nora phrase editor plugin to v1.0

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Squaredheads has announced version 1.0 of Nora, a polyphonic phrase arpeggiator designed with real-time editing and workflow in mind.

Squareheads Nora

Nora is a groundbreaking VST Phrase Editor that utilizes piano roll-like grid advanced editing tools to easily create MIDI phrases.

Its full contextual and intelligent interface along with its simplicity allows to create complex phrases almost instantly. Simply open DAW, add a few chords and play them.

Afterwards, load Nora and start adding, resizing, copying or moving notes. Everything operates in real time.

Changes in Nora v1.0

  • New option for ignoring incoming MIDI velocities.
  • New import license file button.
  • 120 built-in ready to use patterns.
  • Changed label “Groups” to “Octaves”.
  • Expanded notes in each octave range, from 3 to 5, to 1 to 5.
  • Slightly improved note resize behavior.
  • Nora doesn’t generate D:\DFilter.xml and D:\IFilter.xml anymore. You can manually remove them if you wish.
  • Fixed a crash with long phrase lengths and scrolling.
  • Grid refresh works correctly when loading (from menu) phrases with different number of octaves and notes in each octave.
  • Corners of moved ghost notes are drawn now with the right arc.

Nora for Windows (VST) is available for purchase for 49 EUR. The demo version has also been updated (removed octaves and notes restriction, keeps interface settings if you close the main Nora window).

More information: Squareheads

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Sample Logic intros Arpology for Kontakt

Sample Logic Arpology

Sample Logic has announced Arpology, the world’s first virtual instrument dedicated entirely to arpeggiated/sequenced instruments.

ARPOLOGY go’s far beyond, breaking the box of the “everyday” arpeggiator. It employs an entirely new approach to step sequencing. The core of ARPOLOGY has been designed around Sample Logic’s newest invention, the powerful Step Animator™ – a step-sequencer and arpeggiator fused into a single engine for animating complex melodic and rhythmic patterns on a per step basis, eliminating the limitations of traditional sequencing.

ARPOLOGY is powered by Kontakt player and includes over 550 instruments and multis spanning all musical genres. It also comes preloaded with over 150 unique and inspiring Step Animator preset patterns that will dramatically change the sound of any loaded instrument and in real-time.

As if that wasn’t enough, ARPOLOGY is the first Sample Logic product to come bundled with a fully integrated touch surface controller preset built in TouchOSC for tablets, achieving user control that Kontakt alone cannot. With this custom designed control surface interface, the power of ARPOLOGY is transformed into a hands-on, touchable, and creative experience ideal for both live performance and sequencing in a DAW. ARPOLOGY changes the way music is made!

Arpology features

  • Over 550 Instruments and Multis delivered at 44.1k/24-bit.
  • Just over 5.25 GB sample library using Kontakt’s lossless sample storage compression.
  • Includes TouchOSC preset to control the ARPOLOGY interface (Designed for iPad running TouchOSC – sold separately) *Presets are compatible with Android OS, but not tested.
  • Requires Kontakt 5.3 Player (free from Native Instruments).

Arpology is available to pre-order for $299.99 USD until May 27th, 2014 (regular $399.99 USD).

More information: Sample Logic / Arpology

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Squaredheads releases Nora VST phrase editor (beta 0.99)

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Squaredheads has launched Nora, a VST phrase editor that utilizes piano roll-like grid advanced editing tools to easily create MIDI phrases.

Squaredheads Nora

Its full contextual and intelligent interface along with its simplicity allows to create complex phrases almost instantly. Simply open DAW, add a few chords and play them. Afterwards, load Nora and start adding, resizing, copying or moving notes. Everything operates in real time.

Forget endless menus with infinite options. Forget slow, tedious and non-intuitive tools. Say hello to one-click actions. Nora is the first in a series of editing tools that will take the idea of workflow to a whole new level.

Nora features

  • Complete real-time editing.
  • Edit up to 5 octaves and up to 5 notes per octave.
  • Load/save phrases through the browser.
  • Auto/manual loop selection.
  • Customizable phrase length.
  • Intuitive tools, including zoom to any point and auxiliary mouse locations to define note start and note end.
  • Two operation modes: synchronized with DAW or as a classic arpeggiator.
  • Customizable grid for easy editing.

Nora for Windows(VST) is available for the introductory price of 34 EUR until May 20th, 2014 (regular 49 EUR).

More information: Squaredheads

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Krinu updates Cream to v1.1

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Kirnu has released version 1.1 of Cream, a MIDI performer plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Kirnu Cream

Cream isn’t like any traditional MIDI arpeggiator or sequencer. It’s a lot more. With simple and clever design it has been made easy to learn and operate.

You can easily create cool performances by tweaking only couple of controls. If this is not enough for you there are so many ways you can control Cream that you never feel bored with it.

Changes in Cream v1.1

  • New feature: Chords can be played by using keys. The first CM slot can be played using the first key from Track Key Area. Second note triggers the second CM slot etc..
    CM Triggering feature can be enabled by mouse right click on the track selection buttons and selecting from the selection list.
  • Improved looping behaviour in various hosts.
  • Fixed data looper synchronisation problems.
  • Fixed pattern sort order change bug when switching patterns via Pattern Sequencer.
  • New feature: Patterns can be changed now with program change messages. message 0-11 changes Track 1 patterns, message 12-23 changes Track 2 patterns etc.
  • Usability: Added numbers to data bars.

Cream for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available for 35 EUR.

More information: Kirnu

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