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Boscomac has announced the release of Vertigo Wave, a free ensemble for Native Instruments Reaktor.
The Vertigo Wave ensemble produces sound similar to the Ondes Martenot.
It is an instrument that provides an approach of the Ondes Martenot (invented by Maurice Martenot). Four tones are proposed: Onde, Nasillard, Complexe, Octavian. To better reproduce the expressiveness of the original instrument, VERTIGO WAVE controls herself with one hand on the keyboard and one hand on the modulation wheel which manages the intensity of velocity and speed of the vibrato.
Hear the sirens singing, hear the ghosts wandering, hear UFOs flying, hear the cinematographic world of the Ondes Martenot …
The Vertigo Wave ensemble is a free download. Donations are appreciated.
Micro Kits 05 by Delect comes with 5 masterfully designed electronic drum kits by electronic duo Delect, a new collaboration between Chris De Luca [Funkstörung] and Leonard de Leonard [Leonizer Rec.]. The kits will work in nearly any electronic genre, from techno to hip hop.
The sample pack’s kits are formatted for a wide variety of samplers, providing instant inspiration within nearly any type of production environment. Additionally, MK05 features a custom Reaktor map and presets for Twisted Tools S-LAYER. By harnessing the power of S-LAYER’S advanced randomization and sample layering engine, the possibilities for generating new content from MK05 is literally endless. MK05 comes with over 40 S-LAYER kits and generator presets to get you started.
To celebrate Twisted Tools 3 year anniversary and thank their customers for their support, Micro Kits 05 is being released for free.
E|Loops X1 was born out of Native Instruments Reaktor and then schooled by Logic Pro.
I took all of the samples in the E|Drums : Kit Arsenal pack and created brand new samplemaps for the Reaktor platform. I then ran them through the following ensembles: What you are left with are 200 of the most random drum loops I have ever produced, usable in all genres of music.
The E|Loops X1 pack includes 200 loops at 120bpm, all 8 bars in length. It is a free download at Mrthebigman.
The A|Bass XL library includes a total of 1,250 samples (919 MB of individual sounds).
We have been giving away smallish bass packs for a while now and we felt it was time to fully update the series and make it bigger, bringing it into line with the new XL series we are planning over the next few months and years.
In this installment there are 50 seperate bass sounds fully multisampled from 10 of the best synth sources.
The A|Bass XL pack is available to purchase from Sampleism for £3 GBP.
Peter Dines has announced version 1.03 of the Chroma and Gris Gris sequencer and synthesizer for Native Instruments Reaktor, which adds a few features and fixes a couple of minor bugs.
The Gris-Gris synth now has two additional filter types, bandpass and high pass, and a ring mod control for metallic and bell tones. It comes with a much expanded and refined Lemur template that allows full editing of sequences.
To celebrate the release of this new version, the Chroma and Gris-Gris sequenced synth ensemble is temporarily reduced in price from $24.99 to $19.99
Chroma can be purchased and downloaded right now. Remember, Chroma is a Reaktor ensemble and requires a full installation of Reaktor 5.8.0, not just Reaktor player.
I’ve also added further support for Lemur. The new template has three pages – the original quickpage, plus a sequence edit page and a full synth edit page that offers control of every parameter in the Gris-Gris synth. The quickpage now has controls for sequence speed, key and scale type.
Boscomac has announced Freezbee, a free Reaktor ensemble for freezing audio.
Who has never dreamed to suspend sound like a frisbee in the sky?
FREEZBEE is an effect that freezes an incoming signal. A buffer stores a few seconds of sound and keeps it in the air as long as you want. You can link the button “freeze” to a controller (footswitch for example) and act in two modes: GATE or LATCH. There is a lowpass filter to soften the frozen signal and the stereo jitter allows spatialize the result. Originally designed for guitar, Freezbee works with any mono source …
The Freezbee ensemble is a free download, donations are accepted.