DNR Collaborative Designs has released House Kit Pro, a soundset for LennarDigital Sylenth1 featuring 120 heavy basses, silky pads, dynamic arps, classic stabs, dreamy keys that have been designed specifically with house music and it’s derivatives in mind.
House Kit Pro aims at providing top-quality, usable sounds that can be fit into just about any house-style track, allowing you more time to focus on composition and arrangement. House Kit Pro also features a set of template instruments to get you going quickly into new sounds.
House Kit Pro features
120 highly-usable sounds covering a wide array of house styles, making heavy use of the modulation wheel, pitchbend and velocity control.
All applied modulations have been scaled to the appropriate amount so that transitions move smoothly between states.
This soundbank also utilizes the entire bank structure of Sylenth1′s sound management layout (as does Sylenth Signature V2), with clearly defined categories marked at the top of each column, with room to expand and offer new sounds through the use of “expansion” columns.
House Kit Pro is available to purchase for $19 USD. Signature V2 owners pay $9 USD. Previous House Kit owners can download the new version from their customer accounts.
DNR Collaborative has announced the release of the Kore version of Alchemy: Illuminous, generously provided by Stephen Wey (KVR’s aMUSEd).
Alchemy: Illuminous for Camel Audio’s Alchemy VSTi is a package of new instruments designed strictly with Alchemy’s synthesis engine and relies on no samples whatsoever. The sounds are suited for a range of modern electronic music styles from dance/trance to minimal and ambient music.
The Kore sounds are available as a separate download, included with the purchase of Alchemy: Illuminous.
Alchemy: Illuminous is available to purchase for the (extended) introduction price of $19 USD until 1 week after the public release of Alchemy 1.20 (regular price $29 USD).
DNR Collaborative has announced the release of Alchemy: Illuminous, which is a package of new instruments designed strictly with Alchemy’s synthesis engine and relies on no samples whatsoever.
The sounds are suited for a wide range of modern electronic music styles from dance/trance to minimal and ambient music. Included are a even selection of foundational sounds, as well as more esoteric sounds that evolve over time and continue to change.
Alchemy: Illuminous offers highly-usable professional sounds that are intended to not only be sequenced, but actually played. Each of the 75 custom instruments makes full use of Alchemy’s remix pads, offering users a total of 600 sound derivatives. Swing the remix pad around and you’ll find it easy to find sounds that inspire you, or just fit well into your mix.
DNR Collaborative has announced the release of Signature V2, a soundset for the Sylenth1 synthesizer by LennarDigital.
Signature V2 for the Sylenth1 VSTi synthesizer is a package of 182 cutting edge bass, lead, pad, sequenced, decayed/plucked and keyboard sounds that range from deep talking basses to searing trance arps, to plinky sequences and dark ambiance. This package is intended on filling a gap of high-quality, USABLE sounds for modern dance and electronic music. Where most soundsets strive to provide you with sounds you’ll never use, we intend on providing you with high-quality, expressive sounds that can be used and modified to fit into a wide range of project styles.
Signature V2 features
Expansion-Ready – This soundbank utilizes the entire bank structure of Sylenth1′s sound management layout, with clearly defined categories marked at the top of each column, with room to expand and offer new sounds through the use of “expansion” columns. These expansion columns are specifically so that we can continue to update the product without having to restructure the bank any futher.
High Performance – Sylenth Signature V2 offers 182 highly-usable sounds covering a wide array of styles, making heavy use of the modulation wheel, pitchbend and velocity control. We’ve also reduced the amount of unnecessary modulations, making the sounds more clear and easy to use.
Signature V2 for Sylenth1 is available to purchase for $24 USD.
As I am preparing to relocate my family to a new house this March, the subject of “moving” has been on my mind a lot lately.
Moving is about putting things in motion. Besides the obvious physical aspect, there can be quite an emotional side to moving as well. Seemed like a suitable theme for a music production contest.
Most of you would probably join the contest for the fun of it, but it doesn’t hurt to have some nice prizes, right? I am pleased to say there are lots of goodies to be won this time around.
The following list is in no particular order (as winners each get to pick their choice from the prize pot, per the contest rules below).
Three downloads of your choice from Wave Alchemy, the sound design outfit responsible for some of the best electronic drum sample libraries around.
DUNE, Synapse Audio‘s new flagship “differential unison engine” synthesizer instrument for Windows and Mac. A copy of the slightly older yet still venerable and duly popular Hydra multi-model synth is also on offer.
$500 USD store credit at Soniccouture, the established company behind many unusual & unique sample libraries such as Glass Works, The Skiddaw Stones, Balinese Gamelan, (Xtended) Piano, and the upcoming Ondes Martenot.
Berlin-based Cableguys contributes a total of 4 prizes from its exciting line of audio plug-ins. Single licenses for Curve, FilterShaper 2 & VolumeShaper 2, plus the complete Cableguys Bundle.
A two year all-inclusive subscription account at DNR Collaborative, which gives access to the entire product catalog + 2 years worth of new products. On top of that three randomly picked contestants will receive a Transitions Bundle.
Yes, that’s no less than 12 prizes to be won!
Although this is not a sample remix contest I still made sample pack for those who enjoy working with loops. The download includes 24 .wav samples (24bit), both melodic and beats. You can preview & download individual files from the SoundCloud player below, or download the complete pack here (47.9MB RAR archive).
Please make sure to read the contest rules below carefully. Good luck, and have fun!
The contest deadline is set to April 3rd.
Compose a song with the following theme: “Moving”. There are no specific rules on how to incorporate the theme, be creative.
Your entry must be written specifically for this contest.
A free sample pack is available to download for those who enjoy working with samples. Use of these samples is not required. You may process/manipulate the sample(s) in any way you like.
Upload your entry to SoundCloud and share it to the contest group before April 3, 2011, 11.59pm CET. One entry per contestant allowed.
Confirm your entry by email (no longer accepting entries)
In order to be eligible to win, contestants are required to vote for their top 5 within a week after the contest deadline. Contestants will be contacted to submit their votes. Note: you cannot vote for your own entry.
Winners choose a prize from the prize pool in order of placement (1st place winner picks first, then 2nd, etc.). All prizes are granted at the discretion of rekkerd.org. Some prizes may be subject to specific conditions imposed by the sponsor (e.g. NFR licenses).
The terms of this contest are subject to change and may be amended without prior notice.
Congratulations to 3ee for winning the contest! Winners will be contacted regarding their prize soon. The three randomly picked winners of the Transitions Bundles from DNR Collaborative are Max Lunau, Pumaman, and Diego G.
Well done everyone, thanks for taking part and hope to see again at the next contest!
DNR Collaborative has released Impact Sessions, a sample library featuring impact sounds.
Impact Sessions is a package of 62 custom samples designed to give producers a versatile palette of impact sounds that are meant for use in any number of different contexts, from modern music breakdowns to broadcast stingers.
Impact Sessions is the first in a series of smaller, more focused sample libraries devoted to providing a large variety of individual sample packs that are usable in multiple media formats (video games, broadcast, music, etc), instead of buying larger, broader libraries that may not be as much use.
Impact Sessions is available to purchase for $9 USD.