Cableguys has announced version 2.0.5 of Curve, adding tons of new patches to its software synthesizer for Windows and Mac.
Curve 2.0.5 is out now. The new version fixes a bug with hanging notes (which could occur when switching presets or toggling mono/legato modes while playing multiple notes), and can can load all presets of Curve 2 CM. Simply hit “Sync” from within Curve 2.0.5 (demo of full version), get a coffee, and bit later Curve will contain more than 110 pages of presets!
This adds new quality patches by preset designers such as Michael Kastrup, Pluginguru, Xenos Soundworks and community designers Konrad, Earworm, EdT, to name a few.
Curve 2 (VST/AU/RTAS) is available to purchase for 119 EUR / $159 USD incl. VAT.
Cableguys has announced the release of Curve 2, a software synthesizer with an irresistible waveform editor, huge sound library and slick interface.
Feed Curve’s oscillators, LFOs and envelopes with custom waveforms. For anything rhythmic from wobbles to FX loops and evolving pads. For broad oscillator timbres from deep basses to shrill, aggressive snarls.
A huge library will get you started, with quality presets by well-known preset designers such as Michael Kastrup, Pluginguru, Myagi, Xenos Soundworks, Soundsdevine, and hidden pearls from the Curve community.
Curve 2 provides completely new possibilities for experimentation and detailed tweaking, with a simple to use, immediate, slick interface.
Curve 2 is ideal for both experimentation and detailed tweaking at an excellent sound quality.
Curve 2 features
Sound Features—aliasing-free oscillators with custom waveforms, noise generation and broad FM options. Waveform crossfades provide for changing timbres; a comprehensive unison mode delivers fat lead sounds, wide pads and massive sound. Drawable LFOs deliver everything from melodic and rhythmic patterns to dubstep wobbles and punishing bit-crushing effects. Flexible filter routing, a feature-rich mono mode plus legato and glide, are all designed for great depth of control.
Preset Library—a shared online database, providing a constant source of inspirational sound. Public preset sharing allows an ever-increasing number of great presets, public preset voting will help you manage the vast number of sounds, all from within the plugin. Curve ships with an excerpt of this ever-growing sound library. Macro knobs let you explore vast sound variations quickly, for quick access to those parameters that define the core of a sound.
Elegant Interface—shows everything important at a glance, featuring high contrasts and a fresh color scheme. Inbuilt MIDI assignment allows you to set up external MIDI controllers quickly.
The Curve Community—since the first beta of Curve 1.0, the Curve community has steered the synthesizer’s future by submitting feature requests, comments and bug reports, and by sharing presets. Curve 2 is the result of users submitting wishes and uploading great sounds.
Curve 2 for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) is available to purchase for the introductory price of 99 EUR/$129 USD until November 1st, 2012 (regular 119 EUR/$159 USD). Curve 2 is free for anyone who purchased Curve or the Cableguys Bundle on or after December 12th, 2011. Upgrade pricing is 29 EUR/$39 USD.
u-he has announced the Zebra Skools Pack, a bundle of the previously released Oldskool and AFTERskool soundsets for the Zebra2 virtual wireless modular synthesizer.
Michael Kastrup’s Oldskool and Afterskool are now merged into the Zebra Skool Pack, with a better price tag.
Owners of Oldskool are upgraded to this automatically, they can download the new pack from the user area. Afterskool is still available in the user area, and anyone who bought Afterskool on June 1st 2012 or later will receive a 20$ coupon code.
The Zebra Skools Pack includes more than 600 outstanding, playable and lush sounding patches that cover decades of synthesizer & keyboard history.
Zebra Skools is available to purchase for $49 USD.
Freshly Squeezed Samples has released Zebra Essential Collection Volume 1 and 2, two soundsets for the Zebra software synthesizer by U-He.
Produced in collaboration with Dumitru Golban, Adam Szabo, Michael Kastrup, David Michael Sherlock and Toby Davy, Zebra Essential Collection Volume 1 includes 390 fully club orientated patches, covering a wide range of musical genres.
As with our other products, this soundset features a combination of new and original sounds and also recreations of popular signature sounds used by today’s top electronic dance music producers.
In collaboration with Serhiy Klimenkov, we are proud to present the second volume in our Zebra Essential Collection product range – Zebra Essential Collection Volume 2.
Containing 268 fully club orientated patches, covering a wide range of musical genres, Zebra Essential Collection Volume 2 holds no punches when it comes to fat basses, big room leads, solid plucks and inspiring sequences. We feel confident saying that these sounds will be staple choice in your productions for many years to come.
Zebra Essential Collection Vol 1 & 2 features
100% royalty free.
390 patches / 268 patches, sorted into well-defined categories.
All patches are rooted (C3) and volume normalized.
Sound set provided in native U-He Zebra file format for easy work flow and sequencer integration.
Chart and club proven patches – ready to play.
Careful FX usage for a straight out the box useable sound.
Zebra Essential Collection Volume 1 is available to purchase for £52 GBP, Volume 2 is £42 GBP.
XSynth has released Bass Pack 1, a collection of sampled bass instruments.
Cant afford Trillian or dont like to work with GIGA size instruments then give this compact set of bass samples a closer look.
Its 84 of the best basses i’ve done using software synths with a total size of 17.6 MB. Is it possible to make a useful set with 1 note samples only, yup if you do it the smart way by using velocity to modulate the sample start.