Ableton has announced the release of Singularities, a free sound library for Live.

The collection comprises 40 Instrument Racks, 150 MIDI clips and 2 drum kits that make use of single samples and finely tuned, expressive parameters to capture the sound and feel of classic synths and samplers.

Ableton Singularities Huston Singletary

The Pack is a project of Ableton’s lead sound designer, Huston Singletary, the brain behind a lot of the tweakable instruments, clips and other sounds in Live 10. He put the same attention to detail into making Singularities something that’s both true to a musical aesthetic and easily malleable.

You’ll find the usual synth suspects in the gear list for this Pack, those that defined that brilliant 80s sound – Juno 106, Minimoog, Oberheim OB-X and Korg Polysix among them.

There are 40 Simpler-based Instrument Racks built from the above, with bass, pads, leads and keys, each with eight Macros that give diverse options for sound-shaping.

Singularities is a free download for Lite, Intro, Standard and Suite editions of Live 10.

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