iZotope intros Food sound library for Iris – Free for a limited time

iZotope has announced the release of the Food sound library for its Iris sample-based synthesizer for Windows and Mac.

iZotope Food sound library

Food celebrates the longstanding sound design tradition of using edible items for sonic inspiration. Sourced from a diverse range of delicious samples, Food transforms creative kitchen commotion into rich sonic ingredients, perfect for cooking up your own audio adventures.

Explore everything from horror film fodder to organically-grown leads to evolving keyboards and pads, each one a musically stimulating patch for your next track or production project.


The sounds of Food, a new sound library for iZotope’s Iris synthesizer.

Food features

  • 130+ samples, including onion chops, beef slaps, frozen peas, broken eggs, soda fizz, pepper grinder, watermelon bongo.
  • 100 patches, including Dr. Popper, Hollywood Gore FX, Xylofoam, Square Meals, Yam Pulser, Mech Melon, Greasy Lead.

The Food sound library is available at no cost with Iris or Iris+2, until July 31st, 2012. Current Iris users can download the library for free from the iZotope store.

More information: iZotope / Food for Iris

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