Tramon Kaiser aka Martin Oskera has announced the launch of Ongelegen, a new website offering free sample packs.
ONGELEGEN releases free, royalty free, high quality sound effect soundpacks for sound designers and electronic music producers or anyone who is interested in sound design, electronic music production or sound effects.
ONGELEGEN is founded by Martin Oskera, a hobbyist producer, recordist and sound designer from The Netherlands. He created this outlet to share his recordings and sound effects with the world, live out his passion and gain more experience in this field of work.
In celebration of the new website, Martin has released Binaural 01 | The Balloon, a collection of sounds made with party balloons.
With Binaural 01 I The Balloon you get 152 unique and weird balloon sound effects. 179 MB full of inflating, deflating, squealing effects and many more…
More information: Ongelegen
Digimonk Sound Lab has released a Kontakt version of Balloon Drum, a sample pack featuring the sounds of a balloon (previously released as a Reason ReFill).
Because of the environment of Kontakt 4 is quite different with Reason. So the samples layers and structures and performance were tuned very different. Most of the patches are brand new tones! Something I didn’t try in Reason but done well in Kontakt 4.
I eventually gave up the KSP Script for those patches. The reason is, I couldn’t see that KSP can be essentially helpful to the character of these root archive patches for getting more variations like that. But I left the access to you all and you may wildly do more as you like.
Balloon Drum for Kontakt features
- Altered and advanced version of the Reason refill pack.
- Over 440 samples are used for this pack.
- All 96kHz/24bit stereo samples.
- NO KSP script used.
- Fully access to tune every patch.
- Scaled and unscaled.
Balloon Drum is available as a free download for Kontakt 4 and Reason.
More information: Digimonk Sound Lab
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Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on December 3rd, 2007:
Guy with big sound on his bike (photo by Tyler Hicks/The New York Times)
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Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on November 8th, 2007:
Temperature map showing how quickly you get your incremental investment back
- Build a xylophone out of almost anything – How-tos on building xylophones from everything from pipes, bottles, wood, wrenches, even stone.
- Fran Holland’s Balloon Organ – Uses a bunch of standard plumbing fittings, tuned with sliders and balloons to produce weird, eerie, bagpipe-style music. A large inflated balloon to one side provides the steady air pressure for the drone.
- The ‘Winners’ of the Wired News Saddest-Cubicle Contest – David Gunnells, an IT guy at the University of Alabama at Birmingham has his desk penned in by heavily used filing cabinets in a windowless conference room, near a poorly ventilated bathroom and a microwave.
- Julian Wolkenstein – Lovely photography from Australia’s most branded photographer.
- Get 10% discount on Image-Line products – Use this link and get a 10% discount on FL Studio, Deckadance, Maximus, Morphine, Sytrus, Toxic 3 DirectWave, and more (someone recently use my promo code to buy an item at the Image-Line store, thanks David!, so I figured I’d plug my code once more in order to gain enough credits to actually be able to purchase something through the IL affiliate program).
Check out this place for some pictures of some great balloon art.
Contains cartoon characters, vehicles and lots of cute animals like Nemo.