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Ueberschall launches new website + public beta phase of the Elastik 2 plugin

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Ueberschall

Ueberschall has announced the launch of its new website.

From now on the complete Ueberschall product line can be purchased online at http://www.ueberschall.com

The soundbanks are available as full products or as single packages, so called download packs (DLP).

Apart from the shop the new website offers the follwing new features:

  • a complete new design for easy access.
  • simple and fast filter selections to browse through the whole Ueberschall catalog.
  • wishlist function to save your favorite products.
  • a producers page to gain a look behind the scene.
  • newsletter system to keep up with the latest info by ueberschall – click here to subscribe.

Ueberschall has also announced the start of a beta phase of Elastik 2, a new version of the plug-in that is powering Uberschall’s sound libraries.

In the finetuning of Elasitk 2 the public beta phase is announced. The whole plugin has been rebuilt and includes a huge bandwidth of new features to work with the Ueberschall material.

More information: Ueberschall

Applied Acoustics Systems launches new cart + 40% off on Professional Series orders

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Applied Acoustics Systems

Applied Acoustics Systems has launched a new cart system on its website, offering the first 40 order on Professional Series products a discount of 40% on the regular price.

AAS Professional Series products

  • Tassman 4, sound synthesis studio.
  • Lounge Lizard EP-3, electric piano.
  • Ultra Analog VA-1, analog synthesizer.
  • String Studio VS-1, string modeling synthesiser.
  • Strum Acoustic GS-1, acoustic guitar.
  • Strum Electric GS-1, electric guitar.
  • Modeling Collection, Professional Series Bundle.
  • Strum Bundle, acoustic & electric guitars.

More information: Applied Acoustics Systems

Plan8 SoundController, lightweight Flash sound engine

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Plan8 SoundController

Plan8 has introduced SoundController, a new sound engine for Flash.

SoundController is just a fancy name for our proprietary sound engine. It is created for us as sound-and music makers so that we can be as creative and professional as when we deal with sound in linear media such as film or radio.

It lets us mix and control the audio of the site in real time, even if the site consists of mixture of different techniques such as video and 3D etc. It also enables us to create the musical soundtrack that adapts to the user in a musical way, the soundtrack develops as if the user were the bandleader.

And all this is done without sending files to busy developers, it’s all managed on our side.

SoundController features

  • Lightweight – The core engine weight is under 60 kB.
  • Remote management – You add the events, and we do all the other work.
  • Asset management – We can divide our sound assets in as many pieces as you want, and load them when they are needed.
  • Adaptive music – The system handles both vertical (mixing of layers) and horizontal (adding musical pieces after one and other) composition. All in time, and perfect synch with the beat..
  • Beat Event – The system can send an event for when the next beat will occur, to sync the visuals to the music.
  • Sound in Movies – Keep your films silent! The system supports audio in films, FLV’s or movies in time lines, it doesn’t matter..
  • Custom functions – We can adapt our system to handle specific functions for each need.

More information: Plan8 / SoundController

Short links for February 22nd, 2010

Some interesting things I found recently:

# The Stretta Procedure: Free 2GB modular synth sample library

Matthew Davidson writes:

If you woke up this morning thinking, "Gee, I wish I could download two gigabytes of 120 BPM modular synth loops", I have some good news for you.

I've been using the TipTop Audio Z8000 for a while now, collecting material for a video, but I also kept a DAW file handy and recorded bursts of interesting output at various intervals. This process generated a lot of materal, but it is clear to me it would be more useful in someone else's hands.

Beatseqr

# Beatseqr

Beatseqr is an arduino mega based computer interface by Steve Cooley.

It is aimed at electronic musicians and visualists. By itself, it connects to a desktop app that runs on mac or windows and can send out OSC messages to arbitrary network ports. However, combine beatseqr with a tightly integrated sequencer like Dajis Systems' Steppa (included in the price) and you have a powerful interface to create a MIDI loop which you can use to control sounds from pretty much any music software that accepts incoming midi data.

We've tested it out with Logic, Live, Reason, Quartz Composer, Max/MSP, PureData, and Processing. It works great!

# C O D E O R G A N

The CodeOrgan analyses the "body" content of any web page and translates that content into music. The CodeOrgan uses a complex algorithm to define the key, synth style and drum pattern most appropriate to the page content.

# Bliptronome v2 w/ ADCs complete! – Bliptronic to Monome Conversion (YouTube)

The final working version of the Bliptronic 5000 hacked into a low cost Monome clone, with Bliptronome V2 firmware.

More info at Stray Technologies

# Want Some Free Samples for your Multimedia Project?

Nick @ Nick's Tutorials:

Matt Pacyga and I have teamed up to release some free sample downloads resulting from our respective field recording experiments. Matt has put together a superb set of crunches and splats which originally emanated from his kitchen and some very unlucky food items. The recordings are high quality and super-creative, so I highly encourage you to take advantage of his generosity and download these sounds!

I've also got a number of samples on offer here that came from some contact microphone experiments, but I'll defer to the official description (after the jump) for the details

Pressure Controller Hubert

# Pressure Controller "Hubert"

Hubert is small but powerful device to use with your modular synthesizer.

On each hand side there is one force sensing resistor turning applied pressure into a steady CV output. Each channel has three outputs: CV Out, Inverted CV Out and Gate out. Each side is capable of holding the current voltage on CV Out, whereas the inverted CV appears on Inverted CV Out. If a CV is held in the CV Out you still can use the inverted out, even switching from positive to negative voltage as often as you want without disturbing the held CV output. In addition each of the two channels fires a gate signal every time pressure is applied to the pressure pad. The CV can go from 0V to +/- 8V and can be controlled in sensitivity.

# Interview with Bert Schiettecatte Inventor of Percussa AudioCubes

Mark Mosher of Modulate This! talks with AudioCubes inventor Bert Schiettecatte:

I recently conducted a phone interview with Percussa founder and AudioCube inventor Bert Schiettecatte.

I think music artists, visual artists, sound designers, those interested in tangible interfaces for installations, and music technology fans will all enjoy this interview – even if you are not in the market for a tangible interface.

# TAPETRONIC demo video 2009 (YouTube)

Reaktor modular sequencing

# Reaktor Modular Sequencing, Pt. 2

John Fisher writes:

Well, looks like my weekend project has been working on my modular sequencing application for Reaktor.

I’ve detailed what this is all about in my previous blog. I’ve updated the sequencer and added some detailed comments on all the GUI elements to help people get up to speed with using it.