Singomakers has launched Waves Element Synth Patches, a collection of sounds for the Element software synthesizer by Waves.
Re-Zone and Singomakers are very proud to present you this extremely hot patches pack for the first and revolutionary synthesizer “Element” from legendary manufacturer – Waves!
If you don’t own “Element” yet, don’t worry, as we exported all HQ 24 bit wav samples for this collection and made sampler patches especially for you! So even if you don’t have Waves “Element” you can import all its power into your favorite sampler!
In detail expect to find one patches bank file (.exp) with 70 presets for Waves Element, including: 28 Bass Patches, 28 Lead Patches, 8 Sequence Patches, 6 FX Patches.
The sound pack costs £19.95 GBP.
More information: Singomakers / Waves Element Synth Patches
Mainroom Warehouse has announced Mainroom Club Sounds Vol 3, a new soundset for the Massive software synthesizer by Native Instruments.
‘Mainroom Club Sounds Vol 3 For NI Massive’ from Mainroom Warehouse is back with another helping of Electro, House, Progressive, Swedish and Mainroom sounds for NI Massive.
There are 64x new patches in this awesome pack. If you’re into artists such as Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta, Afrojack, Axwell and LMFAO, these sounds will give your productions that same club vibe.
Mainroom Club Sounds Vol 3 features
- 64 patches for NI Massive: 26 Basses, 1 Chord, 25 Leads, 5 Pads, 4 Plucks, 2 Synths, 1 Piano.
- Between four and eight macros have been assigned for extra “tweakiness” for all patches.
- Note: NI Massive version 1.3 should be used for this product.
The soundset is available from Producer Loops for £12.90 GBP.
More information: Mainroom Club Sounds Vol 3
Roland has announced the debut of Axial, the official Roland tone library site where you can download new sounds for your Roland synthesizer that have been specially designed by top programmers.
From recreations of vintage analog classics to modern, cutting-edge tones that are perfect for the latest music styles and beyond, Axial is home to an ever-expanding selection of unique and exciting sounds for Roland instruments.
With the wide range of completely new sounds available on Axial, Roland synth owners can explore a growing universe of creative inspiration for live performing and music production. The sound downloads on Axial are grouped by musical genre and concept, making it easy to find the tones that will work best with a wide range of musical projects. Examples include GAIA Noise Freak Vol. 2, INTEGRA-7 Synth Legends Pure, JUPITER Synth Legends, and much more. The site also features demo videos and sound clips so composers can preview the sounds and examples of their uses.
One of the great thrills of using synthesizers is being able to create personalized and original tones. Roland’s new Axial tone library site gives musicians the power to experiment freely and tweak the tones downloaded from the Axial site to suit personal tastes and styles, filling Roland synths with sounds that no one in the world has heard before.
More information: Roland / Axial
Tone2 has announced the release of ComplexDroids, a soundset for the ElectraX software synthesizer for Windows and Mac.
The ComplexDroids soundset contains 200 massive and wide sounds focusing on slamming basslines and hookleads. Inside you will find a large selection of club ready sounds, bass like robotic voices and heavy mechanical movement.
Get ready for a dimension of droids, deep crisp saw bass and classic club sounds,with the potential to make any dance floor go crazy. All patches are carefully tweaked for instant inspiration, ease of work and very likely hook elements in your track.
ComplexDroids takes advantage of the powerful sequencing possibilities that ElectraX offers. Many sounds use several layers and combine up to 4 arpeggiators. By turning off single layers you can access individual sounds, since many patches consist of up to 4 layers, potentially, you got a lot more sounds in there.
ComplexDroids is suitable for a wide range of styles: Complextro, Dirty Electro, modern Dubstep, Electro House, Dirty Dutch, IDM, Dance and Trance.
The soundset costs 29 EUR incl. VAT.
More information: Tone2 / ComplexDroids
Resonance Sound has announced the release of Dystopia, a soundset for Native Instruments Razor, featuring 80 beautiful sounds & textures programmed by Aiyn Zahev.
Razor uses additive synthesis for an amazingly sharp and clear sound; this bank harnesses this modern clean sound and delivers phat lazer bases for the floor, beautiful pads, haunting textures, serene plucks and intriguing effects.
Inspired by artists such as Sasha, Soundprank and Guy J as well as others; If you want to build beautiful layers of sound, this bank is for you. Also included is the MIDI for from the audio demo. Suitable for Ambient, Progressive house, Electro & Trance styles.
The soundset costs 16.90 EUR ex. VAT.
More information: Resonance Sound / Dystopia
ADSR has announced the launch of ADSRSounds.com, an online megastore of music production courses, synth presets and samples to complement their ever growing network of synth tutorial sites.
Over the past two years ADSR has been steadily making a name for themselves building up a network of sites that includes some of the world’s most popular synth tutorial communities – massivesynth.com, fm8tutorials.com, reaktortutorials.com and absynthtutorials.com. This long awaited announcement represents a natural progression for the company who will now offer a consolidated and truly comprehensive resource for music producers of every level looking to hone their skills.
Commenting on the launch, ADSR’s owner, Steve Foulds said “We have over 60,000 subscribers and an equally large social presence now who are very vocal in telling us what they want next, I’d like to say this new site was all my idea but to be honest it’s more a case of ‘the people have spoken’ “
The ADSR network currently offers a huge range of web-based tutorials and courses as well as presets and samples both free of charge and paid. When quizzed about how the new ecommerce site might affect this model, Steve says “Don’t worry, we’re still going to be offering the same amount of quality free content. ADSR Sounds is our way of consolidating our offering into one platform. In addition to free tutorials on a larger range of synths you’re also going to see a lot more in-depth material being offered for producers who want to explore every last knob and button on their synths “.
All of the course materials featured on ADSR sites including MassiveSynth.com and now ADSRSounds.com are created by experienced, real world professionals offering practical step by step tutorials and courses. The company’s video tutorials have been well received for providing detailed insight into creating specific sounds and genres.
More information: ADSR