Saturday, January 7, 2023
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Friday, December 23, 2022
This 7.23 gigabyte sample pack, our largest to date, contains a diversity of audio clips of the highest standard, all packaged and ready for you to add some unique flavor to your music, film, or game audio. The meticulously crafted content of this pack ranges from standard audio staples like drums, risers, impacts, pads, and wavetables to intensely designed glitches, harsh textural noise, and monstruous neuro bass. Alongside the wide variety of designed sounds are a rich collection of real-world sound recordings such as lush nature recordings, strange daxophone one-shots, and even a variety of music and audio equipment being pushed to the point of failure. To top it off we have included dozens of percussive, chromatic, glitch, and bass loops all tagged with BPM, time signature*, and key (where applicable). A large variety of synthesis, recording, mangling, DSP, and manipulation techniques were deployed in service of making these samples. We hope that you have as much fun creatively deploying this sounds for your needs as we did putting them all together.
Thursday, December 22, 2022
Bedroom Producers Blog releases BPB 64, a freeware Commodore 64 virtual synthesizer for Windows and macOS. BPB 64 is a sample-based virtual synthesizer that brings the sounds of the legendary Commodore 64 home computer to your DAW. The included patches were sampled directly from three different Commodore 64 units, all boasting different SID chips. I used the MSSIAH cartridge to program the patches and trigger the Commodore 64 via MIDI.
Wednesday, December 14, 2022
Wednesday, December 7, 2022
Full Orchestra Cinematic Textures and FX.
When we released the original Vivace, over a decade ago, we had no idea how this legacy of orchestral scoring would develop and shape Sonokinetic in the years that followed. Over the past ten years our orchestral libraries have straddled genres and emotions. However, we’ve always had a yearning to go back to the previously-discontinued Vivace recordings and breathe new life into them.