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Zero-G releases Disco Gold

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Zero-G Disco Gold

Zero-G has announced the release of Disco Gold, a sample library featuring over 800 samples and 1.7Gb of 24bit dancefloor inspiration.

Disco Gold contains 34 construction kits that evoke the greatest period of dance music from funky disco and smooth soul to britfunk, disco underground, proto-house, hi-nrg and much more. In addition to the totally authentic sounding construction kits there are dozens of extra guitar, bass, piano and synth loops.

Disco Gold has all the classic sounds of the seventies and eighties but this time the bpm is a bit faster and the tempo is a little more upbeat to match the modern dance producer’s needs. The great sounds of Chic, Quincy Jones, George Benson and D-Train to name but a few are packed into long construction kits that have been immaculately researched, written and recorded to give you the most authoritative collection of disco sounds ever compiled in a sample library.

Disco Gold features

  • 34 Full Construction Kits: Bass & Guitar Loops Matched Pairs, Guitar phrases, Piano Loops, Electric Piano Loops, Synth Bass & Synth Matched Pairs.
  • 815 Acidized WAV & AIFF Apple Loop files, 832 Stylus compatible REX2 files.
  • 43 Instruments for EXS24, Kontakt and NN-XT.

Disco Gold is available to purchase for £79.95 GBP / $159.95 USD / 119 EUR.

More information: Zero-G / Disco Gold

Short links for August 20th, 2008

Some interesting things I found on August 20th, 2008:

AtomoSynth: Mochika2

# AtomoSynth: New Mochika2. MIDI Sync

Mochika2 features

  • One square and saw waveform VCO (voltage controlled oscillator) with a huge pitch range, from subsonic to ultrasonic sound.
  • One square and triangle waveform LFO (low frequency oscillator), that modulates the VCO for the vibrato effect creating old school arcade Atari-like sounds.
  • White noise generator that triggers the VCO and can create percussion like sounds.
  • 8 step Sequencer with note on/off switch and pitch knob for each step .
  • It has a 1/4 inch audio output, 1/4 inch CV Output (to control other analog gear).
  • A MIDI input to sync the Mochika with any midi device sending midi clock signals, the mochika can sync 1,2,4 and 8 times the tempo of the master clock midi device.
  • 1 ultra bright red led that indicates the LFO Rate, and 8 red leds to indicate the step that is being played. Very useful when you play it on a dark stage.

# Negotiated Project B: Live Gigging Visualisation System – Check Luke McGowan's real-time music visualisation system.

# How-To: Hack a ThingamaKIT – The ThingamaKIT is an anthropomorphic analog synthesizer kit from Bleep Labs. Using "LEDacles", photoresistors, knobs, and switches, it generates interesting high pitched vocalizations. Bleep Labs sent us a review unit and this article shares our experiences building and using the kit. We've also included a tutorial on making some hacks, modifications, and circuit bends to it. Skip to the end to see a video of our hacked kit in action.

# Arduinome: An Arduino-Based Monome Clone, Behind the Scenes – A Monome clone based on the Arduino microcontroller.

The “Arduinome” gifts the Monome with two new possibilities. First, it’s a breakthrough on the availability front: at a time when official Monome kits are backordered, it makes it easier to make your own Monome on a budget. Second, it makes hardware hacking on the Monome far easier, by allowing people to make microcontroller-level modifications on the relatively friendly Arduino platform. (The Arduino was designed not for electrical engineers, but for artists just dipping their toes into electronics, even for the first time.)

Cell Phone Disco

# Cell Phone Disco – Cell Phone Disco is a surface that visualizes the electromagnetic field of an active mobile phone.

Several thousand lights illuminate when you make or recieve a phone call in the vicinity of the installation. Cell Phone Disco makes an invisible property of the environment perceptible to our senses. It reveals the communicating body of the mobile phone.

# Machinecollective.org public beta – full launch soon – Machinecollective is about physical computing, hardware prototyping, (remote) personal manufacturing, human/machine interaction and control surface development. Machinecollective is you, me and the machines, connected through this online community. Machinecollective is a public experiment, with community driven open source hardware as a foundation for further exploration and development.

# DS-10 US Preorder Available; US Ship Date 9/30 – Korg’s DS-10, a synth for your Nintendo DS handheld, is now available for preorder in the US from amazon.com.