Patchpool releases No Boundaries for Drone-E

Patchpool No Boundaries

Patchpool has announced the release of No Boundaries, a soundset for the free DRON-E Reaktor ensemble by Antonio Blanca.

No Boundaries contains a wide variety of soundscapes, drones, one-finger-pads, vocal sounds, soprano sax sounds, textures made from percussion samples like gongs, bells, Glockenspiel and framedrum (Bodran), acoustic guitar sounds (plucked and bowed), Okarina textures (clay flute), processed field-recordings and some otherworldly, more experimental stuff.

Most of the 103 samples (48 Khz / 24 Bit / stereo) were produced exclusively for this set, some were borrowed from the vast pool of patchpool samples. All acoustic instruments were recorded with 3 high quality Neumann mics through a RME FF 800 using my regular L-C-R setup.

The download contains the Sample Map and the Snapshot Bank. The Sample Map can also be used in any other Reaktor ensemble that supports sample players and granulators. The samples can also be downloaded in a folder with single wav files so that they can be used in other samplers and granulators or directly inside a DAW without having to extract the samples from the Reaktor Sample Map.

No Boundaries features

  • 86 Snapshots / 3 variations.
  • 103 Samples (48 Khz / 24 Bit /stereo – Reaktor Sample Map 2.1 GB).
  • Pdf with the licence agreement, description and a patchlist (download here).
  • Note: This soundset requires the full version of Reaktor. It does not work with the Reaktor player version.

The soundset is available to purchase for 28 EUR.

More information: Patchpool / No Boundaries

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As usual, Simon Stocckhausen’s work here exudes both an extreme musicality of unusual pedigree plus a sense of style. Truly adventurous sound design derived from modern software tools, without negating the emotive impetus and musicality of performance and improv.