Xenos Soundworks has announced the Electronic Toolkit, a new soundset for the Sylenth1 synthesizer plug-in by LennarDigital.
Containing 128 patches, Electronic Toolkit is the latest soundset from Torben Hansen created for the magnificent Sylenth1 synthesizer by LennarDigital.
The soundset was created over a period of 2 years and is aimed at a variety of electronic genres, but creators of Dub Techno and Deep House will find this soundset particularly useful in their music. The vast majority of the sounds are programmed to make use of mainly the modulation wheel, but also aftertouch is used in several patches for optimal playability.
Fans of chip-tunes will also find some really usefull arpeggios, basses, plucks and leads. Techno-fans will find chord-stabs (major and minor versions usually) and some great arpeggio-sequences that will work directly in your tracks.
The soundset is available to purchase for the introductory price of $9.95 USD until December 31st, 2012.
Cableguys has announced the release of Curve 2, a software synthesizer with an irresistible waveform editor, huge sound library and slick interface.
Feed Curve’s oscillators, LFOs and envelopes with custom waveforms. For anything rhythmic from wobbles to FX loops and evolving pads. For broad oscillator timbres from deep basses to shrill, aggressive snarls.
A huge library will get you started, with quality presets by well-known preset designers such as Michael Kastrup, Pluginguru, Myagi, Xenos Soundworks, Soundsdevine, and hidden pearls from the Curve community.
Curve 2 provides completely new possibilities for experimentation and detailed tweaking, with a simple to use, immediate, slick interface.
Curve 2 is ideal for both experimentation and detailed tweaking at an excellent sound quality.
Curve 2 features
Sound Features—aliasing-free oscillators with custom waveforms, noise generation and broad FM options. Waveform crossfades provide for changing timbres; a comprehensive unison mode delivers fat lead sounds, wide pads and massive sound. Drawable LFOs deliver everything from melodic and rhythmic patterns to dubstep wobbles and punishing bit-crushing effects. Flexible filter routing, a feature-rich mono mode plus legato and glide, are all designed for great depth of control.
Preset Library—a shared online database, providing a constant source of inspirational sound. Public preset sharing allows an ever-increasing number of great presets, public preset voting will help you manage the vast number of sounds, all from within the plugin. Curve ships with an excerpt of this ever-growing sound library. Macro knobs let you explore vast sound variations quickly, for quick access to those parameters that define the core of a sound.
Elegant Interface—shows everything important at a glance, featuring high contrasts and a fresh color scheme. Inbuilt MIDI assignment allows you to set up external MIDI controllers quickly.
The Curve Community—since the first beta of Curve 1.0, the Curve community has steered the synthesizer’s future by submitting feature requests, comments and bug reports, and by sharing presets. Curve 2 is the result of users submitting wishes and uploading great sounds.
Curve 2 for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) is available to purchase for the introductory price of 99 EUR/$129 USD until November 1st, 2012 (regular 119 EUR/$159 USD). Curve 2 is free for anyone who purchased Curve or the Cableguys Bundle on or after December 12th, 2011. Upgrade pricing is 29 EUR/$39 USD.
Xenos Soundworks has announced the release of Electrotones, a soundset for the Razor synthesizer by Native Instruments.
Electrotones, a collection of 70 dance music sounds for Native Instruments Razor, contains a variety of dance-related basses, pads, leads, plucks and more, all with a strong additive and digital character, for your Trance, House and Techno productions.
Both the Reaktor Preset files and an ssf Reaktor Snapshot bank file are included, for both the Reaktor Player and full versions.
The Electrotones soundset is available to purchase for the introductory price of $5.95 USD until August 17th, 2012.
Xenos Soundworks has announced the release of its Oldschool Electronica soundset for the Retrologue software synthesizer by Steinberg.
The “Oldschool Electronica” soundset contains 100 patches for Steinberg Retrologue covering such sonic territory as 70′s funk sounds, 80′s new wave, italo disco, breadance/early hip hop, space music, and oldschool house/techno.
The soundset is available to purchase for the introductory price of $5.95 USD.