Loopmasters are pleased to invite you into their Radiophonic Workshop to witness the results of their team's most recent work; a new & unique sounding collection of analogue experimentation.
The team of scientists report that era defining instruments of analogue synthesis such as the Korg Mono/Poly and Roland System 100 and beautiful esoteric instruments like the Elka Synthex, Oberheim 4Voice and Octave Cat were combined with valve equalisation and dynamic control, vintage reverbs and tape delay, to create over 1Gb of data ready to be incorporated into any style of dance or electronic music.
Our team are pleased to report that soft synths or plug in of any type were not used in this project to ensure maximum analogue sparkle and depth within results.
Use whole sections for intros or drops or to add to main sections. Drop in filtered fx for a little analogue zing in your production. Build your own rhythms with the pure analogue kicks, snares, hats and percussion.
Re-Filter and chop sections to create new parts. Layer parts to own the drone and to maximise sonic mayhem and analogue warmth.
Initial analysis of the data shows Soundscapes and textures ranging from glacial & serene through warm & organic to dark & disturbing. Widescreen cinematic atmospheres, otherworldly sci-fi soundscapes, and industrial swarms of sound. Hundreds of one shot effects, risers, drum and percussion sounds.
The Radiophonic Synth Workshop sample collection from Loopmasters weighs in at 1.2GB and includes 890 Synth Samples recorded at pristine 24Bit resolution. Also included are 10 ready to play patches for Reason NNXT, Halion, EXS, SFZ and Kontakt soft samplers.
From Pulsing synths, Alien FX, Transmission Fuzz, Pulses and Deep Space Echoes, 50’s inspired Radio Chat, Sci Fi Bleeps, Lasers and more – this is one hell of a sound collection meant for all types of music producers worldwide.
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