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Puremagnetik releases Grainscapes sound library

Puremagnetik Grainscapes

Puremagnetik has released Grainscapes, a collection of haunting, granular synthesized cinematic textures and ambiences for scoring or sound design applications.

Throughout many weeks of programming, Puremagnetik sound designers employed a powerful Symbolic Sound Kyma System (well known for its granular synthesis capabilities) for manipulation of conventional instrument samples.

Grainscapes was created through a process of spectral analysis, granular resynthesis, filtering and advanced jitter/ frame automation. The result is a collection of bending metal, shimmering glass structures, dark ambiences, choirs and more.

Grainscapes features

  • Over 20 multi-sampled programs.
  • Ableton “Live Ready” with advanced macro control programming.
  • Kontakt KSP based interface for easy editing.
  • “Renoise Ready” XRNI files for instant playability.
  • Scoring for picture standard at 24 bit 48k.

Grainscapes is now available to Puremagnetik subscribers.

More information: Puremagnetik / Grainscapes

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Puremagnetik releases Juniper Part One for Ableton Live, Kontakt, Renoise & Logic

Puremagnetik Juniper Part One

Puremagnetik has announced the release of Juniper Part One, a collection of expertly crafted instruments based on Roland’s legendary Jupiter 6, 8 and MKS analog synthesizers.

Acclaimed for their huge polyphonic sound, pristine filters and oscillators, the Jupiter series can now be experienced right from your desktop. Puremagnetik’s Juniper has been sampled using the Jupiter’s voicing structure and dynamic filter responses to create a playable, multisampled collection of instruments.

This pack contains 30 multisample instruments and over 800 high quality 24 bit recordings. Juniper Part One also includes a selection of thickly layered multis and splits as found in the original models.

Juniper Part One features

  • A comprehensive selection of multi-sampled programs, each with expressive velocity layering.
  • High Quality 24 bit samples.
  • Advanced Ableton Live Macro Controls.
  • Completely integrated KSP user interface for Kontakt.
  • XRNI files for instant playing in Renoise.

Juniper Part One is available in Ableton Live, Kontakt, Renoise and Logic formats.

More information: Puremagnetik / Juniper Part One

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Puremagnetik Food For Live – Toy Factory, sample library for Ableton

Puremagnetik Food For Live - Toy Factory

Loopmasters has released Food For Live – Toy Factory, a collection of Ableton sound libraries by Puremagnetik.

Hacked, glitched and tricked out toys will invade your Ableton Library. Twisted electronics, chaotic circuit-bent synthesizers and classic toy store favorites all await your madness with Toy Factory.

Toy Factory features

  • Includes content from the following libraries:
    • Bender – Circuit bent loops and glitchy percussion kits from modified electronic devices.
    • HackShop – Layered basses, pads and percussion sampled from circuit bent devices and modified signal processors.
    • ToyBox 1 – Toys, gadgets and music education devices. From plastic accordions to toy vibraphones, Toybox is bursting with creative sounds.
    • ToyBox 2 – Multi-sampled toys, speaking devices, handmade wooden instruments, classic noisemakers & battery-powered plastic gizmos.
    • Ultrakord – An electronic instrument inspired by the extraordinary sounds & strumming interface of the Suzuki Omnichord.
  • Over 100 Live Clips.
  • Over 300MB of High quality multi samples.
  • Over 30 Expertly programmed Ableton Live Racks.
  • Highly detailed Ableton Macro integration.
  • Native Ableton Live Effects integration.

Food For Live – Toy Factory is available to purchase for £17.95 GBP.

More information: Loopmasters / Food For Live – Toy Factory

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Renoise updated to v2.7, Puremagnetik XRNI Essentials Volume 1 released

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Cross-platform music sequencer and audio processing application Renoise has been updated to version 2.7.

Renoise 2.7 (Sample Keyzone Editor)

Eight weeks of community driven testing finish today. We are proud to announce that Renoise 2.7 is stable and ready for production. Thanks once again to our users, the best in the world.

For the occasion we’ve teamed up with Puremagnetik.com to bring you “Puremagnetik XRNI Essentials Volume 1″ – a hand-picked selection from their catalog of professionally multi-sampled instruments. This sample pack is free for all registered users, new and old.

With over 500MB of sounds, producers can immediately jump into the latest sampling features of Renoise 2.7. From classic studio instruments like a Stratocaster and Mellotron to lo-fi digital chip sounds, “Puremagnetik XRNI Essentials Volume 1″ offers something for everyone. As an added bonus this collection includes a pristinely sampled and programmed Yamaha Conservatory Grand Piano. The package contains: Analog Synth Basses, Circuit Bent Drum Kits, Buchla Drum Kits, Mellotron Strings and Flutes, Glitch, Toy & Lo-Fi Sounds, Fender Rhodes Mark II, Model-C Clavinet, Electric Guitar, Upright Bass, Classic Analog Synths, Grand Piano, and more.

We’re also pleased to announce an upgrade to our XRNX site and a Tool Update Downloader which automatically updates installed tools. It’s so easy even your grandmother could do it. In fact, she’s learning Lua and scripting a new controller template for Duplex as you read this. But I digress…

Changes in Renoise v2.7

  • Renoise’s internal instruments have been re-engineered. The focal point is a new keyzone editor that supports overlapping, velocity, and key release mappings. The Sample Keyzones editor brings with it user interface refinements, improved drumkit generation, better tuning options, new sample properties, and loop modes. Live instrumentalists can also tap into new realtime rendering modes and MIDI input routing, making Renoise on a laptop a formidable replacement for your old sampler.
  • New Slice Markers push Renoise’s breakbeat insanity one step further. With the click of a button, your break is sliced and keymapped. Amens away! More than just a beatslicer, creatives will soon discover custom offsets and the power of aliases for controlling longer recordings like vocals and soundscapes.
  • The revamped Automation Editor now provides a zoomable overview of the entire song, as well as vastly improved envelope resolution. Navigating is smooth, dragging and drawing easier, so simple yet so .
  • Internal FX get an injection of winning with a new Comb Filter and a Multiband Send that lets you surgically redirect a single sound source to 3 send tracks. New draggable gain and frequency handles in the native EQs add flavour and finesse to the tools. Other changes include improvements to DSSI, MIDI optimizations, hardware-compatible solo mode, adjustable audio headroom, pre-count, ameliorations to the Lua API, and numerous other changes in every aspect of the app; no stone was left unturned in this release.
  • Full changelog with screenshots here.

Renoise has also announced it will be mentoring at Music Hack Day Berlin.

The event takes place on the weekend of May 28th in the MTV Network offices located at the Spree river. Erik, dblue and Taktik will be on site to discuss Renoise, the Lua API, drink beer, and give out high fives. Check our community forums in the upcoming days for more details.

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Puremagnetik releases Onda sample library

Puremagnetik Onda

Puremagnetik has released Onda, an expressive collection of instruments created by cross synthesizing various materials and resonanting bodies.

What if you could pluck a water bottle? Or blow through a church bell as a flute? Brush a harp made out of steel guitar strings? This experimental collection of sounds was created with these concepts in mind.

Using a Symbolic Sound Kyma System, Puremagnetik developers analyzed a collection of resonating bodies as struck, plucked and banged with sticks, bricks, brushes and more. Employing Kyma’s advanced spectral processing features, these six new hybrid instruments bring lifelike physical models of completely fictitious instruments right to your sampler. In addition, Onda comes packed with over 40 professionally performed Live Clips and SIAL Apple Loops.

All Onda instruments were created using the Harm Visser Kyma Physical Modeling Toolkit (http://www.hvsynthdesign.com/kymax.php)

Onda features

  • 6 Multisampled programs, each with expressive velocity layering.
  • High Quality 24 bit samples.
  • Advanced Ableton Live Macro Controls.
  • AET filtering and morphing for Kontakt to create unlimited sound variations.
  • Over 40 Live Clips and SIAL Apple Loops.
  • Requires Ableton Live 8.2.1, Kontakt 4.2 or Logic 8.

Onda is now available to download for Puremagnetik subscribers.

More information: Puremagnetik / Onda

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Puremagnetik Food For Live – Synth Arsenal, bundle of Live Packs

Puremagnetik Food For Live - Synth Arsenal

Loopmasters has released Food For Live – Synth Arsenal, a bundle of sample packs for Ableton Live by Puremagnetik.

A variety of detailed Buchla, Casio and Moog synthesizer programs.

Synth Arsenal features

  • B- System – A richly programmed library of Buchla leads & basses from the synth arsenal of Richard Lainhart.
  • Opus – A collection of multichannel programs exploring the lush analog string, brass and organ sounds of the Moog Opus 3.
  • Phaseform Volume 1 & 2 – A captivating library based on Casio’s Phase Distortion technology of the CZ-1, SK-1 and VL-Tone classics.

Food For Live – Synth Arsenal is available to purchase for £17.95 GBP.

More information: Loopmasters / Food For Live – Synth Arsenal

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Puremagnetik Food For Live – Analog Shakedown for Ableton Live

Puremagnetik Food For Live - Analog Shakedown

Loopmasters has released Food For Live – Analog Shakedown, a bundle of Ableton Live sound libraries by Puremagnetik.

Analog Shakedown will instantly transform your Ableton Live library into a comprehensive showcase of modern and classic analog synthesis. Analog Shakedown includes a richly programmed collection of sounds from the following Puremagnetik Micropaks

Food For Live – Analog Shakedown

  • Vespine – Expertly tailored programs that fully capture the characteristic charm of the legendary EDP Wasp synthesizer.
  • HarvestPak – Multisampled instruments programmed exclusively from The Harvestman synthesizer modules.
  • String Machines – A lush collection of sounds recorded directly from the classic stringers of the 1970′s.
  • Analog Drums – A collection of percussives captured from modular analog systems.
  • Analog Bass Volume 1 – Multisampled programs direct from classics such as the Minimoog, Roland TB-303, ARP 2600 and the Doepfer Modular.
  • Analog Bass Volume 2 – A complete bass sound set focused entirely on the classic KORG MS-20.

Food For Live – Analog Shakedown (requires Ableton Live 8.2+) is available to purchase for £17.95 GBP.

More information: Loopmasters / Food For Live – Analog Shakedown

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Puremagnetik releases Vintage Organs Volume 2

Puremagnetik Vintage Organs Vol.2

Puremagnetik has released Vintage Organs Volume 2, a library of organs featuring the Yamaha YC-30, Farfisa Pianorgan, Emenee, Magnus & Gulbransen Pump Organs.

Vintage Organs Volume 2 comes with a new and improved Laslo II speaker effect and Marimba Percussion Engine for Live, completely integrated Kontakt KSP drawbar controls and experty crafted channel strips for Logic.

Vintage Organs Volume 2 features

  • Over 10 Multisampled programs, each with multiple layers to blend.
  • High Quality 24 bit samples.
  • Live version includes a new and improved Laslo II speaker effect and Marimba percussion engine.
  • Logic EXS version includes channel strip settings with Logic effects.
  • Kontakt version includes custom KSP interface and fully loaded effect chains.

Vintage Organs Volume 2 (requires Ableton Live 8.2.1, Kontakt 3.5 or Logic 8) is available now to Puremagnetik subscribers.

More information: Puremagnetik / Vintage Organs Volume 2

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