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Indie Dev Collective launches IDC Sale #2: November 15th – 30th

Indie Dev Collective

The Indie Dev Collective has announced their second massive sale, offering discounts on a wide range of products from various developers.

Following the success of their first collaborative event (May 2010), the Indie Dev Collective are back with another fantastic sale.

Nine developers providing a highly diverse selection of synths, effects, samples, loops, and presets – all on sale at the same time, with prices up to 70% off.

IDC Sale #2 includes products by:

  • Dusted William Sounds
  • H.G. Fortune
  • Hardcore Harmonics/Supersynths
  • Manytone
  • Nucleus Soundlab
  • Perimeter Sound Arts
  • Ugo
  • Westgate Sounds
  • whiteLABEL

The sale lasts until November, 30th, 2010.

More information: Indie Dev Collective

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Nucleus SoundLab NanoSequences, loop-based ReFill for Reason 5

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Nucleus SoundLab NanoSequences

Nucleus SoundLab has announced the release of NanoSequences, a loop-based ReFill for Reason 5.

NanoSequences is a fresh set of RX2 format loops recorded from wavesequences, electronic basslines, arpeggios and melodies. But NanoSequences is more than just great sound content – its also about the innovative way in which this content is played back.

Nucleus SoundLab isn’t content to create just another loop library and maintain the industry status quo. NanoSequences is the first in our series of MultiLoop ReFills. What MultiLoop means is that each loop is sampled at eight rootnotes and is playable from a MIDI keyboard. These eight loops are then loaded into the customized NanoSequences Combinator which utilizes the new Kong sampler. Depending on which key is played, the appropriate matching loop is triggered – free of any ugly transposition artifacts. MultiLoop ReFills are thus playable with high quality over an extremely large range of octaves and BPMs. All this adds up to make MultiLoop the the most flexible loop technology ever released for software or hardware! Regardless of what BPM or key your production is based on, you’ll find NanoSequences fits in perfectly.

The loop content in NanoSequences comes from direct from our Viral Outbreak VST instrument. Viral Outbreak is capable of some amazingly varied wavesequences that simply aren’t possible in the Reason environment. Additionally some of the content is sampled from Viral Outbreak add-ons such as VS Resurrection and SoundCell. All of these sounds together give NanoSequences a very diverse range of wavesequences. By harnessing these sequences using MultiLoop technology, you can bring their unique sound to your Reason productions.

NanoSequences features

  • 50 Loopsets comprised of 400 RX2 files.
  • 530mb+ of loop content.
  • Video documentation included.
  • Extremely high-quality loops using MultiLoop technology.
  • Requires Reason 5+ either standalone or together with Record.

NanoSequences is available to purchase as a download for $29 USD in Reason ReFill format, or $34 USD for Multi-Format (includes all RX2 files for use in other samplers).

More information: Nucleus SoundLab / NanoSequences

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Camel Audio releases Himalaya: Pads and Viral Outbreak Sound Libraries

Camel Audio has announced the release of Himalaya: Pads and Viral Outbreak, two sound libraries for Alchemy and Alchemy Player.

Camel Audio Himalaya: Pads & Viral Outbreak

Both will work as standalone instruments when used with the included Alchemy Player and cost just 59USD / 49EUR / 39GBP. Alchemy Sound Libraries offer all the benefits of sample libraries plus you can tweak sounds to fit your music using the perform controls and remix pad.

Himalaya: Pads is awash with warmth, richness, and complex internal movement, with plenty of unexpected twists and turns. Enjoy a host of vintage analogue sounds from smooth and seriously lush strings, via a host of classic filter sweeps, to spiky digital textures, all featuring extensive modulation options plus aftertouch effects. With extensive sonic changes between the remix pad variations, this bank is a real-time delight for the performer, with its dancing harmonics, dramatic pitchbend swoops, rhythmic motifs, evolving jet flanges, and stereo ebbs and flows. This library incorporates 150MB of new samples including human and synthesised choirs, vintage strings, analogue pads and digital noise, all combined with a menagerie of multi-effects.

Viral Outbreak features dancing arpeggios, pop blips, unison leads, ambient drones and washes, shimmering pads, bizarre formant effects and sci-fi soundscapes, suitable for dance, IDM and electronica. This sound library draws on samples of the classic Virus synthesizer, featuring raw saw and pulse waveforms, massive supersaws, phase distortion, FM and classic wavetable sounds. This library draws on 1.7GB of Virus samples, 700MB of which are exclusive to this bank. From phat analogue to wiry digital twangs, warm and powerful to delicate and downright weird, this library has it all.

More information: Camel Audio

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Nucleus SoundLab releases Filter Research 2

Nucleus SoundLab Filter Research 2

Nucleus SoundLab has announced the release of Filter Research 2, a new effects ReFill for Propellerhead Reason and Record.

Filter Research 2 is a continuation of the concept of complex effect devices built in the Reason environment. Far from just simple reverb or chorus devices, each patch in Filter Research 2 is a creative effect that will supercharge even the most bland mix or instrument.

The original Filter Research has yet to be matched in terms of quality effects devices for Reason. Filter Research 2 builds on this strong foundation, but exceeds its predecessor in every way. New this time, are effect patches controllable by keyboard MIDI input; as well as a wide variety of sequenced effects with inbuilt patterns; of course, a huge selection of filters that go beyond LP/BP/HP are present and accounted for. Ducking delays, crunchy envelope-followed distortion devices, and spectral processors are just some of the other highlights.

In addition to the perpetual Nucleus SoundLab focus on quality – including detailed documentation, unique patches and fully-mapped Combinator controls – Filter Research 2 introduces the Epic Combinator. These are a special category of patch that take Reason sound design beyond even our own high standards. These patches are detailed and flexible enough to compare to standalone VST effects plugins, or hardware effect devices. Not only that, but they feature an absolutely massive variety of customized Thor controls to complement the standard Combinator rotaries and buttons. Finally, each Epic Combinator is described in detail in video documentation – so you can make the most of their possibilities. Make sure to watch one of the video examples of this documentation for more info on Epic Combinators!

Filter Research 2 features

  • 200+ Combinators included.
  • PDF manual describing each Combinator.
  • New more detailed manual format.
  • 5 Epic Combinators – including video documentation.
  • All Combinators created from scratch.
  • Each Combinator has all 4 rotaries/buttons uniquely assigned.
  • Requires Reason 4+ either standalone or together with Record.

Filter Research 2 is available to purchase as a download for $59 USD. For 30 days, Nucleus SoundLab customers and newsletter subscribers can purchase for only $49 USD.

More information: Nucleus SoundLab / Filter Research 2

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Indie Dev Collective launches with Sale

Indie Dev Collective

The Indie Dev Collective has launched with a collaborative sale, offering up to 65% discount on various products.

We are a group of 12 plug-in and soundware developers who have banded together to bring you a massive collaborative sale on synths, effects, and samples. Up to 65% off – over 50 deals on more than 90 products!

The following developers participate in the Indie Dev Collective:

  • Dangerous Bear Underground – Synths, Samples & Soundbanks
  • de la Mancha – VST Synths & Effects
  • Dusted William Sounds – Samples & Loops
  • H.G. Fortune – VST Synths & Sequencers, & Samples
  • Hardcore Harmonics/Supersynths – VSTi & Soundbanks
  • Impact Soundworks – Soundbanks & Samples
  • Manytone – VST Synths & Samples
  • Nucleus Soundlab – Soundbanks, Refills & Samples
  • Perimeter Sound Arts – Loops & Presets
  • Ugo – VST Synths & Effects
  • Westgate Sounds – Soundbanks & Samples
  • whiteLABEL – VST Effects

The collaborative sale is available from May 17 until May 31, 2010.

More information: Indie Dev Collective

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Nucleus SoundLab sets Ambient Space I free

Nucleus SoundLab Ambient Space I

Nucleus SoundLab is now offering a free download of Ambient Space I, an innovative soundscape library for Reason, Viral Outbreak/Wusikstation, and SF2/SFZ.

Ambient Space I is focused on extremely long ambient samples. Sample lengths range from 30 seconds to over 2 minutes! Convolution, timestretching, FFT analysis, additive resynthesis and more were used in their creation. Armed with these samples, composing your next ambient opus or soundtrack will be simple.

Ambient Space I features

  • Over 800mb (32-bit format) of raw samples.
  • Consists of 50 different waveforms.
  • 32 custom Reason Combinator patches.
  • 50 NN19 patches.

“Ambient Space I” previously sold for $24.95 USD (multi-format download) but is now available to download at no cost for Newsletter subscribers (subscription is free).

More information: Nucleus SoundLab / Ambient Space I

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Camel Audio updates Alchemy to v1.12

Camel Audio Alchemy

Camel Audio has released version 1.12 of Alchemy, a sample manipulation synthesizer for Windows and Mac.

This update includes many new features and bug fixes including improved Cameleon preset import, playback position indicators for all editors, the performance octave switch remains active when changing presets for easy key switching between remix snapshots, equal power cross-fading between sources, increased zoom levels for some editors, improved skinning and numerous other improvements. This version of Alchemy no longer requires the main Alchemy key file as the users registration details are now encrypted and embedded directly in to the Alchemy binary file for improved security and protection.

Changes Alchemy in v1.12

  • Improved Cameleon preset import
  • Source editor playback position indicator
  • Step sequencer playback position indicator
  • MSEG playback position indicator
  • XY-MSEG position indicator
  • Octave control in perform stays active when changing presets
  • Snap X in additive editor – now allows tempo sync of additive sounds
  • MSEG views retain zoom level and position
  • Randomize MSEGs and Step Sequencers
  • Increased maximum zoom levels for MSEG and additive editor displays
  • Menu option in spectral editor to set logarithmic scaling of Y-axis
  • XY equal power cross-fading
  • Alchemy key file is now embedded into the Alchemy component
  • Remix pad numbers are now optional for custom skins
  • XY pad background image is now customisable
  • XY pad triangles are now optional
  • Knob sizes in GUI skin files are no longer a fixed size
  • Many bug fixes

Camel Audio has also released a new set of samples and presets for the Factory library as part of the Group Buy bonuses:

  • Choirs, Basses & Keys – 500MB samples
  • Viral Infection from Nucleus Soundlab – 1GB samples
  • 150 new presets making use of the latest sample content
  • Four tutorial videos illustrating how to use Alchemy more effectively

Registered users of Alchemy can download the latest update, new content and view the tutorials by logging in to their support account. A list of new presets sorted by category is available, along with a list of the new samples.

More information: Camel Audio / Alchemy

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