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Loophunter intros Studio Wormbone Free Bundle

Studio Wormbone Free Bundle

Loophunter has announced the Studio Wormbone Free Bundle, a collection of free samples taken from Studio Wormbone’s sample packs.

STUDIO WORMBONE FREE BUNDLE is a pack in which we got together all free sample packs from the whole product of our STUDIO WORMBONE producer; with over than 300 samples and loops, you will be able to get an idea of the 20 packs that you can find on our website. With styles as diverse as electro, house, techno, chill out, dubstep, hip-hop, dnb, and the likes.

A good way of having a little sample of each one of these incredible packs aimed at professional electronic music producers.

The sample pack is a free download at Loophunter.

More information: Loophunter / Studio Wormbone Free Bundle

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Studio Wormbone releases Electronified

Studio Wormbone Electronified

Studio Wormbone has released Electronified: Drum Kits & One-Shot Hits, a collection of passionately crafted, synthetic percussive sounds.

What is the most efficient way to present a robust new goldmine of electronic drum elements? To group them into tighly compact Kit clusters, or to sort them into easily accessible folders by type? Both! That’s how ‘Electronified: Drum Kits & One-Shot Hits’ is able to make your creative process move fluidly towards musical bliss.

Whether you want to quickly load a newly matched Kit into your favourite sampler/software to design beats instantly, stack Construction Kit style loops, or invent your own personalised pallette, drawing sounds from a deep pool of rich options, you’ll be bobbing your head to delicious highly technological grooves in no time.

Electronified features

  • 10 prearranged electronic Drum Kits containing 15 sounds each. There are two kicks, two snares, two hi-hats, two cymbals, three toms, and four effects in each of these Kits. This ensures a wide range of versatility and totals 150 sounds.
  • There are also 50 Construction Kit loops using mainly the above mentioned Kit sounds. These are at 130BPM and include REX2 format versions in addition to WAV.
  • The one-shot hit section is categorised by type. Aggressive, ambient, cymbals, futuristic, effects, hi-hats, kicks, metallic, snares, and tom hits are found in these ten folders with 20 new sounds in each folder. That puts the one-shot hits at a total of 200 individual sounds.
  • Over 300 MB total content, WAV 24-Bit/44.1kHz with additional REX2 versions for loops.
  • All files are 100% royalty-free.

Electronified is available to purchase from Roqstar for $19.99 USD.

More information: Studio Wormbone Electronified

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Loopbased launches Winter Sale

Loopbased Winter Sale

Loopbased has launched a Winter Sale, offering a limited time 30% discount on selected products.

There’s no better way to spend the cold season with the hottest sounds and samples available on the market. Don’t go outside, stay inside and produce some smashing tracks!

And to help you do exactly that we were slashing prices for sound packs from labels like MVP Loops, Fox Samples, Haunted House, Beatluxe, Studio Wormbone and many more.

The sale starts today with a 30% discount on hundreds of sample libraries and sound banks and will run until January 5th, 2012.

More information: Loopbased / Winter Sale

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Short links for April 1st, 2011

Some interesting things I found recently:

# AnalogTelePhonographer

Christopher Locke made an Analog Tele-Phonographer, a sound amplifier for his cell phone/portable music player.

I made it from a broken trumpet and a fistful of scrap metal. The unit uses no external power or batteries, has no moving parts, and is entirely self-contained.

More info: Heartless Machine

# Music from Numbers: An Eclectic, Free (CC) Compilation of Numbers Station-Inspired Tracks

Peter Kirn writes:

Number Stations Part 2

Number stations, making their appearance in the post-war radio landscape, were shortwave radio stations of streams of symbols, mysterious to their listeners and apparently code.

Here, the idea of lost and indecipherable broadcasts inspires a wonderfully-varied collection of reflective artists, in a free, Creative-Commons licensed compilation by PublicSpaces Lab. That Barcelona-based netlabel has been reliably curating some of the smartest, most forward-thinking music collections around. This time, the artists are impressive not only in their output but in their range of backgrounds and extra-musical sources of inspiration.

# Antique Light Bulb Organ – MIDI/OSC Controlled

Instructables user capricorn1 shows how to create your own antique light bulb organ to add nostalgic ambiance to any midi instrument.

Antique Light Bulb Organ

12 light bulbs correspond to the 12 notes in an octave (minus the octave note). The rectangular box unfolds to position the light bulbs vertically for display, while at the same time providing a platform for the keyboard in use. Playing a note on the keyboard directly via midi, or through the usb port illuminates the light bulb for a particular key. Releasing the note, releases the key. Pedal presses are also recognized and keep the bulb maintained. The bulbs can be controlled without a computer by using the front mounted midi port, or via computer which allows for remote control via midi or osc messages.

# Dan303: Free hand played percussion loops

Dan Weatherall has posted a new sample pack featuring 10 hand played percussion loops in .wav format.

I'm not saying I'm the best percussionist in the world but I played these percussion loops myself.
These loops are an ideal way to give your track a little bit of human feeling.

All loops are played at 120 bpm.

# Circles and Euclidian Rhythms: Off the Grid, a Few Music Makers That Go Round and Round

Peter Kirn rounds up some music making tools that take the circular approach.

Create Digital Music

There’s no reason apart from the printed score to assume music has to be divided into grids laid on rectangles. Even the “piano roll” as a concept began as just that – a roll. Cycles the world around, from a mechanical clock to Indonesian gamelan, can be thought of in circles.

Imagine an alternate universe in which Raymond Scott’s circle machine – a great, mechanical disc capable of sequencing sounds – became the dominant paradigm. We might have circles everywhere, in place of left-to-right timelines now common in media software. Regardless, it’s very likely Scott’s invention inspired Bob Moog’s own modular sequencers; it was almost certainly the young Moog’s exposure to the inventions in Scott’s basement that prompted that inventor to go into the electronic music business, thus setting the course for music technology as we know it.

# aurex › Launchpad Sequencers

Get more out of your Launchpad + Ableton combination.

The aurex sequencers for the Novation Launchpad are devices and tools to compose, sequence, alter and remix music within Ableton Live. You don't need M4L / Bome / … to use them, just make sure you have a Launchpad and Live 8.1.3 or higher.

# Cry Baby: The Pedal That Rocks The World on Vimeo

Cry Baby: The Pedal That Rocks The World tells the story of the wah wah effect pedal, from its invention in 1966 to the present day.

# Waveformless: Free Sample Friday

Some recent goodies Tom posted about on his blog:

  • Korg Radias samples from Waveformless reader Psyche Poppet.
  • A small selection of free one shot samples from Studio Wormbone’ Animal Robotix release is available from Producer Loops.
  • Alchemy Snares 02: ten snare sounds built, destroyed, mangled, and layered in Camel Audio’s Alchemy.
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Short links for February 26th, 2010

Some interesting things I found recently:

# Neurosonics Live (Vimeo)

Chris Cairns of Neurosonics Audiomedical Labs Inc. posted another Neurosonics video, the Holographic Drumkit and Turntables test.


DRUMS: WILL CLARK, TURNTABLES: JFB, HEADS: BEARDYMAN

# GroovePacks Free Stuff

GroovePacks has released a new sampler freebie featuring 10 Sampler instruments (Live 8 and Sampler required).

The instruments were made using samples from our Foundation 1 & 2 sample packs, and also some waveforms from the default Ableton library. Open the info view to see additional information on each rack. You get some great sounding sfx, bass, pad and rhythmic sounds. Install instructions are on the zip file. Enjoy!

# OTO machines – Biscuit

Hardware unit with real 8-bit A/D and D/A converters, true analog multimode filter with resonance control, an FX section with Waveshaper, Delay, Pitch Shifter and Step Filter, and more…

OTO Biscuit
OTO Biscuit

Add depth, texture and organic behavior to synths, basslines, drum machines and virtual sounds from computers with BISCUIT !

By using 8-bit converters, digital processing and analog resonant filters, Biscuit opens up a wide range of sounds from harsh distortion, digital and aliasing artifacts to warm and fat 8-bit sounds.

Producers, deejays, musicians and sound lovers can use BISCUIT to extend their sound creation possi- bilities.
BISCUIT will find its place in studios, on stages or even in clubs.

via CDM, where you can also find an interview with creator Denis Cazajeux.

# SNOOKY001 DRUMKIT « timothyJ:

Free drumkit by Timothy Preut:

new drumkit called SNOOKY001. It is a combo of some kinda retro meets grimey meets elctronic. Have fun using these sounds.

Drumaxx & Ableton @ ModulateThis!

# Image Line Drumaxx Tutorial – Routing Pad Output to Separate Audio Tracks in Ableton Live

Mark Mosher posted a tutorial on how to route pad output of Image-Line's Drumaxx percussion synth to separate audio tracks in Ableton Live.

Image Line has just released a new Percussion Modeling Instrument called Drumaxx made by Maxx Claster. Drumaxx includes 130 drumkits, 900 drum patches, 200 drum patterns. If you use Sawer, Sakura, Morphine, Poizone, or Toxic Biohazard instruments, then you are familiar with Maxx’s work.

Image Line is offering Drumaxx as a “name your price” download for limited until March 31st,2010 with a minimum price of $13 USD with $1 going to support Haiti earthquake victims. With a deal like this I thought it was a “no brainer” so I picked it up.

One of the coolest features is that each of the 16 physically modeled drums can be routed to individual tracks within your host so you can add additional effects. Below I’ll show you how to set this up on Ableton Live.

# Studio Wormbone

Trevor Dutton wrote in to let us know that he’s hiring out the services of his electronic music studio.

Studio Wormbone is a compact and efficient state of the art recording and production facility located in a quiet forest setting just outside the Emerald City of Seattle.

Owned and managed by sound designer/producer Trevor Dutton, Wormbone Studio specializes in all aspects of electronic music, sound design, and cutting edge audio production.

Trevor has also released a number of sample packs, now available from Producer Loops.

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Peace Love Productions releases Abrasion Tactics

Peace Love Productions Abrasion Tactics

Peace Love Productions has released Abrasion Tactics, a collection of loops and samples in collaboration with Studio Wormbone.

Gnarled, jarring, bombastic, and heinous are just a few adjectives to describe the forceful nature of this unique collection. These are not sounds for the weak of heart, but rather for those people courageous of will. They are about as gentle as a hand grenade – up front, domineering, in-your-face, and insistent that listeners pay attention, while maintaining a sleek and stylish musicality throughout.

Abrasion Tactics features

  • Included are 30 damaged drum loops, 28 mutilated guitar and bass FX, 50 volatile synth FX, 36 brutish synth hits, 27 striking synth loops, and 14 deformed vox FX.
  • All sounds were invented (and tormented) with the finest boutique hardware signal processors and bleeding edge software available.
  • Good for Industrial, Experimental, Techno, and just about any other genre that calls for some wild Synth sounds and effects.
  • Abrasion Tactics is a PLP EP (Enhanced Pack) series loop kit, featuring more one shots and improved MIDI files.
  • Formats: 24 bit 44.1kHz Stereo ACIDized WAV, Apple-looped Aiff, and Recycle RX2.

Abrasion Tactics is available to purchase for $24.95 USD.

More information: Peace Love Productions / Abrasion Tactics

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