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Mystery Islands releases Roland JP-80×0 Massive EDM volume 1

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Mystery Islands Roland JP-80x0 Massive EDM Vol 1

Mystery Islands releases Roland JP-80×0 Massive EDM volume 1, a soundset featuring 64 patches for the Roland JP-8000 / JP-8080 synthesizer.

Massive EDM volume 1 is built up from ground zero using our own AudioUnit / VSTi Editor Plugin. This first volume includes 64 new performances with modern EDM (Trance, Dubstep, Electro etc) Basses, Leads, Effects, Plucks and lush Pads!

These sounds are programmed in Performance mode, but we made it possible to squeeze every detail out from the JP-8000 & JP-8080 into on layer! This means:
- You can program your own sound on the second layer to maximize the usage of our JP.

The soundset is available to purchase for 19.95 EUR.

More information: Mystery Islands / Massive EDM Vol 1

Luftrum launches December Sale – 50% off soundsets

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Luftrum has announced a December Sale, offering a 50% off discount on all soundsets.

Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love!

My present to you is a whooping 50% Luftrum discount in December. Just enter the discount code in the discount field at checkout. The code is valid for all soundsets sold on luftrum.com where you can find presets for iZotope Iris, Diva, Roland GAIA, Animoog, Glass Viper + Propellerhead Thor and Reason Ambient ReFills.

Where is the code? Well, it’s written somewhere on luftrum.com and there’s not so many pages so you’ll find it quick (that’s within 10-15 seconds).

The sale ends December 31st, 2013.

More information: Luftrum

UVI releases UVX-10P virtual instrument for UVI Workstation & MachFive

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UVI UVX-10P

UVI has announced the release of UVX-10P, a new virtual instrument inspired by 3 classic analog synthesizers, the JX-10, MKS-70 and JX-8P.

UVX-10P recalls the last true analog synthesizers from the famed masterminds behind the Juno and Jupiter series, including the Super JX – a 12-voice, 24-oscillator analog monster capable of lush tones and crushing analog bass. A pristine JX-10, MKS-70, and JX-8P were tirelessly programmed and sampled in high-resolution through a world-class signal chain, capturing every nuance and detail. Every sound was recorded twice, with and without the built-in chorus, resulting in a comprehensive sonic backbone of nearly 9gb of samples. The result is a rich and versatile analog-inspired instrument, faithful to the sound of classic hardware but with a modern studio bite.

UVX-10P delivers a fully-featured hardware inspired interface, complete with ADSR amp, analog-modeled multimode filter, LFO, step modulator, multiple effects, and easy mod-wheel mapping of useful parameters. Tweak and perform over 170 factory patches in realtime or craft your own with a range of raw wave samples.

A perfect complement to UVX-3P, UVX-10P delivers a huge analog sound at an outstanding price. Add a piece of vintage synth history to your collection today!

The UVX-10P library is available to purchase for $99 USD.

More information: UVI / UVX-10P

Wave Alchemy releases Transistor Revolution MKII for Kontakt

Wave Alchemy Transistor Revolution MKII

Wave Alchemy has launched Transistor Revolution MKII, a virtual drum machine instrument library for Kontakt Player.

Since its conception, Transistor Revolution has remained close to our hearts. So much so that shortly after its initial release we set about making plans for an extensive update…

Transistor Revolution MKII has been fully redesigned and re-scripted from the ground up; now featuring a vastly improved workflow and new intuitive graphical interface, a ‘TR style’ 16-track step sequencer, unified instruments for both the 808 and 909, a dedicated 10-track mixer with individual processing, reverb/delay sends, volume control and pan for each drum sound, a master tape section boasting individual tape saturation per sound, and much more!

Behind the scenes, the Transistor Revolution engine has been significantly enhanced to offer a wealth of additional control parameters including; extensive sequencer options and live mode, individual tune control and processing per drum sound, swing/shuffle control, host tempo sync, a unique range of impressive RAM saving options and more…

Transistor Revolution MKII features

  • 6GB core sound library for Kontakt 5 Player.
  • Includes 25000+ multi-layered 24-bit, 96KHz WAV Files.
  • Heavily scripted unified instrument and intuitive graphical interface.
  • 7x round robin sample playback.

Transistor Revolution MKII is available to purchase for £84.95 GBP. The update is free for existing Transistor Revolution customers.

Transistor Revolution MKII free

A free demo version of Transistor Revolution MKII is also available (requires Kontakt 5 full version).

We are pleased to announce a completely free ‘slimmed down’ demo version of our Transistor Revolution MKII instrument. Users of Kontakt 5 are able to demo a small range of what is possible with our powerful Transistor Revolution MKII instrument.

Transistor Revolution MKII demo features

  • 2 restricted unified instruments:
    • Revolution-808 – Only the Snare Drum and Low Tom drum sounds are available. The Snare Drum ‘Tone’ knob has no effect. The Low Conga / Low Tom switch has no effects. Only 227 samples used.
    • Revolution-909 – All analog knobs are set to their default values. All tune, decay, release and other drum editing parameters are disabled. The controls are fixed. Only 97 samples used.

More information: Wave Alchemy / Transistor Revolution MKII

Soundcells updates Analog Signature to v4

Soundcells Analog Signature V4

Soundcells has released version 4 of Analog Signature, a ReFill featuring five vintage beasts for the Reason Rack.

With version 4 of Analog Signature a new member is added to the family: the ROLAND Jupiter 6!

Moog Source, Korg MS20, the Waldorf Microwave 1, the Waldorf Pulse 1, and – from version 4 onwards – the Roland Jupiter 6 have been accurately sampled in such a way that their charming inaccuracies are still there in this perfect Reason environment in which Soundcells took their chance to add polyphony and velocity.

A good balance of retro 1970′ s and 80′ s analog / digital sounds with modern programming makes this ReFill versatile for current styles of music as well as retro …

Analog Signature v4 features

  • 540 combinator patches.
  • 276 NNXT patches containing the basic patches which were used to build the combinators.
  • 1792 samples, 44 khz / 24bit.
  • Samples coming from five classic synthesizer.
  • 10 demo tracks in Reason format included.

The ReFill is available to purchase for 29.90 EUR.

More information: Soundcells / Analog Signature

Rhythmic Robot releases SH Poly for Kontakt

Rhythmic Robot SH7

Rhythmic Robot has released SH Poly, a classic analogue subtractive synth for Native Instruments Kontakt, sampled from Roland’s 70′s flagship synthesizer, the SH7.

It features two main oscillators accessing six different waveforms between them, plus a white / pink noise generator, dual LFOs with sine, ramp or randomised output, and a host of modulation possibilities.

The two main oscillators can be thickened further using the Multi-Osc feature, which adds multiple extra detonable oscillators – up to a maximum of ten, for an intense, stacked, “supersaw” style sound. SH Poly also features a selection of 70s-inspired effects and Rhythmic Robot’s trademark Glitch button, which randomises the instrument in a musically-aware fashion, making generating your own patches extremely simple. The user interface is closely modelled on the classic Roland signature graphics and colour palette.

The original SH7 was a powerhouse monosynth that crowned Roland’s lineup in the late 70s. SH Poly takes that amazing sound and crams it into a poly machine: rich, lush pads and thick basses can be dialled up with ease; bubbling leads and squelchy riffs are right there too. The sound is characteristically dense, warm and rich, especially with the Over Load control turned up and a little dose of Multi-Osc.

SH Poly features

  • Classic twin-oscillator subtractive synthesis in a Roland-inspired framework.
  • Multiple samples of authentic SH7 oscillators.
  • 58 factory patches to start you off.
  • “Multi-Osc” allows extra oscillators to be switched in for a hugely rich, intense sound.
  • “Glitch” button for instant, musically-randomised inspiration.

The Poly SH for Kontakt is available to purchase for the introductory price of £13.45 GBP (regular £14.95 GBP).

More information: Rhythmic Robot / SH Poly

Wave Alchemy announces Transistor Revolution MKII

Wave Alchemy has announced the upcoming Transistor Revolution MKII, an updated version of the virtual drum machine libraries for Native Instruments Kontakt & Kontakt Player.


Developer Matt Fudge runs through some of the new features of the soon to be released Transistor Revolution Mk11 instrument for NI Kontakt Player.

Our brand new Transistor Revolution MKII update is nearly here!

We have given Transistor Revolution a complete overhaul resulting in a brand new user interface, intuitive step-sequencer, and a wealth of new features, many of which born from the feedback we have received from TRMKI users.

More information: Wave Alchemy

Sadowick compares JP-8080 and u-he’s Diva – Real World Trance Lead

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Sadowick of EDM Tutorials has posted a video in which he compares the sound of the Roland JP-8080 synthesizer with the beta version of u-he’s Diva 1.3, which includes a digital oscillator.

The latest public beta of Diva (including the new digital oscillator model, UHBIE filter model, and added arpeggiator) is available to download at the u-he forum at KVR Audio.

More information: Sadowick / u-he Diva