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AudioThing releases Xmas Beer Bottles + Christmas Sale

AudioThing Xmas Beer Bottles

AudioThing has announced its Xmas Beer Bottles, a sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Santa is coming to AudioThing! As the title suggests, Xmas Beer Bottles features samples from beer bottles especially brewed for Christmas.

You will find carefully drunk sampled whistles, hits, and sound gestures along with custom sound designed instruments. As our gift to you, the price is pay what you want without minimum.

Xmas Beer Bottles features

  • 16 Kontakt Instruments (.nki).
  • 2 Kontakt Mutis (.nkm).
  • Up to 5 Round Robin samples.
  • 35 Samples (44.1kHz / 24Bit).
  • Formats: Kontakt and WAV.
  • Sample sets including: bottle whistle, hits and gestures.

AudioThing is also offering a 20% discount on its products. Use coupon code XMAS12 at checkout to take advantage of this offer.

Futhermore, you have a chance to win some AudioThing products.

Subscribe to the AudioThing Newsletter. On December 25th we will randomly choose 10 people from the list and assign these prizes:

  • 1 x Bundle All
  • 2 x Environments – Temple of Mercury
  • 3 x TX-101
  • 4 x Strings

Like our Facebook page and like or comment this post to get a chance to win one Bundle All. We will randomly choose 1 winner on December 25th.

More information: AudioThing

Short links for August 30th, 2010

Tuned Pale Ale

Some interesting things I found recently:

# Ready-to-Play, Tuned Beer Bottles, and Other Design Experiments with Sound

From Create Digital Music:

What if blowing tunes on beer bottles was raised to the level of musical science?

Through even the mundane medium of packaging, design can transform the everyday. DJ and designer Matt Braun of Philadelphia, collaborating with Chris Mufalli, use labels to tune the level of beer remaining in the bottle for musical results. Pitches are printed on the labels, allowing you to exactly match the liquid inside to a pitch you want, and join along with your fellow imbibers for a performance.

It’s not just a label that’s different. Ridges on the sides of the bottles make them double as Guiro-style percussion. The neck was adjusted for ergonomics. Even the wooden box becomes a tongue drum.

Sonic Charge uTonic + Ableton Live

# How To Change Sonic Charge uTonic Drum Machine Patterns on the Fly Within Ableton Live

Mark Mosher writes:

I love Ableton Live’s workflow and while I’m a big fan of Ableton Sampler, Operator, Impulse, Drum Racks etc… I do heavily utilize VST’s to extend Live’s range even further. I try to find plugins that not only sound great, but also integrate into and compliment Live’s workflow. One recent addition to my software rig is Sonic Charge’s fantastic pattern based drum-machine synth uTonic.

In this post, I’ll show you how to use MIDI to change patterns on the fly within uTonic. This will allow you to use uTonic as a drum machine in conjunction with your other Live clips and scenes.

# Playable Mini Drumset rocks out in cars, on roofs

Via Make: Online:

At the Kansas City Mini Maker Faire, Taylor Jessee introduced me to his one of his latest creations, the Mini Drumset. Dissatisfied with plastic miniatures that look authentic but lack the full sound of real drums, he decided to design his own. He spent lots of time perfecting the snare sound with multiple layers of wrap, wire, and sugar, and finding the appropriate materials to produce a good symbol crash- in this case, a sawed-off candlestick holder. But he didn't stop there, and produced the above infomercial to advertise the kit. He is actually selling them, too!

# DSI Mopho Synth Loops

Cyberworm has a new free sample pack available to download:

20 synth loops from Dave Smith Instruments MOPHO.
wav format, 24 bit, 44100 hz, stereo, 24 mb