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.
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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