Been head down in instrument design, needed a short spell thinking in a different way to clear my head so…
Via the ModWheel.co.nz
Revises & Relaunches
PERC+ Percussion Library
PERC+ features 128 patches for Kontakt 5.5 or higher. It includes cymbals, bells, gongs, objects, small percussions, tuned instruments as well as upright piano and a viola da gamba. With up to 10 round robins and 20 layer velocities depending on the instrument.
We bought it back in 2014 and having used it extensively we’ve had some ideas on how to make it an even better user experience. So the interface has been streamlined to make this huge library more immediately useable. The patches are the same but following MODWHEEL’S simple principle of ‘less is more’ we’ve redesigned the GUI curating a few choice functions on the front page for the user.
These include Envelope, Tuning, Body, Reverb, Delay, Arpeggiator and Stutter Key. And of course all the usual Kontakt functionality is still available via the spanner tool.
Get your copy by making a NZ$45 donation to Tironui Music Trust
As with the original concept proceeds of sales will go to a music charity – this time one based in New Zealand.
We’re supporting Tironui Music Trust who are based in South Auckland, NZ. http://www.tironui.org.nz
They provide instruments and tuition to kids aged between 8 -12 at low decile schools (schools in lower socio-economic communities) They can play string or band instruments and learn the basics of reading music, playing an orchestral instrument and performing as a group.
Given that i spend most of my time playing with the more bleeding edge sounds generators, its been an interesting discipline to keep within the bounds of this somewhat retro oeuvre!
Yep, About how it is…
Teaching aid… When trying to learn a bit of software, i make scratch tracks.
Heres one of them:
Chase Sequence that just Fizzles out?
Another ‘found file’ imagining a somewhat steely image of robots trying to chat each other up in a bus station.
Ok so I’m having a moment or two of Reverie…
Rather proud of my synthetic scratch DJ patch.
My iTunes decided to throw this rather strange noise, done with a modular software synth sampler Gate/CV thing…
It gets interesting about 20 seconds or so In.
Listenener discretion advised
done in a rush and never really satisfied with…
Loads of fun with absurd vocal edits
Really enjoying LogicX’s new Alchemy synth. (was a Camel Audio product)
Made this little noise using only 1 Oscillator and 1 filter and 1 held note.
This toy is a beast.
Came across this track i did a couple of years ago, while trying to sort my rather messy iTunes library.
Early onset Alzheimer’s has meant i have no idea how this track came about.
Rather repetitive visuals from a trip to sydney