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Eric Beam releases 3500 Studio Sampler and DME 1968 programs for Nebula

Eric Beam 3500 Studio Sampler / DME 1968

Eric Beam has released 3500 Studio Sampler Color/Texture (Eventide) and DME 1968 FET/Tube Compressor (Drawmer) programs for Nebula by Acustica Audio.

3500 Studio Sampler Color/Texture

  • Loop Thru of the h3500 DFX sampling board.
  • Hardware samplers & lofi AD/DA signal paths add a grit/crunch to whatever they process. A common quality found in countless Electronic & HipHop productions.
  • Captured via Lynx conversion
  • Programs:
    • 3500 Samp 32-8
    • 3500 Samp 32-16
    • 3500 Samp 441-8
    • 3500 Samp 441-16

DME 1968 FET/Tube Compressor

  • A modern studio classic known for it’s big open sound & solid low end.
  • Captured via Lynx conversion @ 24/96.
  • Programs:
    • DME 1968 STD – Attack Time = 2-50ms Release Time = 100-1000ms
    • DME 1968 BIG – “Big” switch engaged (side-chain filter) – Attack Time = 2-50ms Release Time = 100-1000ms

The 3500 Studio Sampler programs are available to purchase for $4 USD, DME 1968 STD & BIG are $10 USD each.

More information: Eric Beam


Short links for April 1st, 2008

Some interesting things I bookmarked on on April 1st, 2008:

Vintage Mics
  • Pocket Piano Arduino Shield – A board for making the Arduino into a portable stand alone music synthesizer. It plugs directly into the Arduino board and provides 25 multiplexed keys (2 full octaves), 4 pots, status LED, reset switch, digital to analog converter IC, and a RCA audio jack.
  • FET Preamp Cable – A phantom powered discrete FET (Field Effect Transistor) preamp built into the plug of a guitar cable. It provides almost all the advantages of an on-board preamp with none of the disadvantages.
  • Reprap – n. any open-source rapid prototyping machine that can manufacture a significant fraction of its own parts; v.t. (in lower case: to reprap) to make something in a RepRap machine. Arduino was chosen for the next stage of RepRap development.
  • Hackers Publish German Minister’s Fingerprint – To demonstrate why using fingerprints to secure passports is a bad idea, the German hacker group Chaos Computer Club has published what it says is the fingerprint of Wolfgang Schauble, Germany's interior minister.