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Post by pentd » Wed Aug 07, 2019 5:24 am

thanx, cool magnetism library!! dl'ing now...

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Post by snaper » Wed Aug 07, 2019 5:57 am

pentd wrote:thanx, cool magnetism library!! dl'ing now...
Thanks mate!

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Post by snaper » Wed Oct 02, 2019 1:43 am

Just released!

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http://www.encoderaudio.com/sounds.html

Vinyl is simply the most detailed vinyl record noise library.
It has all the record noises you'll ever need!
We've sampled our own record collection, with two different turntables (an audiophile one for the vintage records and a DJ style one for the 12" club records).

The content of the package :
- 768 lead-in grooves
- 705 lead-out grooves
- 761 locked grooves
- 60 dead waxes
- 415 other noises
- 173 vinyl noise drum samples
- 119 vinyl noise single cycle waveform samples for your sampler

Almost 3000 samples, around 4 Gigabytes uncompressed!

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Post by snaper » Sat Oct 12, 2019 11:36 pm

Guys,

I turned 34 today, so I have a coupon code for you.
Use the code IM34 to get a 34% discount on anything!
It is valid till 14.10.2019, 23:59 GMT!

Have fun!

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Post by ignatius » Sat Oct 12, 2019 11:54 pm

happy birthday! and thanks for the coupon code!

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Post by snaper » Sun Oct 13, 2019 1:57 am

ignatius wrote:happy birthday! and thanks for the coupon code!
Thank you very much mate!

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Post by OMN » Sun Oct 13, 2019 2:28 am

cool, purchased something !

You should offer bundle groupings of your products.

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Post by snaper » Sun Oct 13, 2019 4:06 am

OMN wrote:cool, purchased something !

You should offer bundle groupings of your products.
Yes, I know, it is a request since ... ages.
I'm working on it with Sellfy.

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Post by Funky40 » Mon Oct 14, 2019 9:32 am

Thanks for the Coupon ! a Good kick to grab this ;)


i so often had a cool "end-groove" going when listening to my Vinyls,
but i would not record it.........out of reasons. Well, i managed it to record a few ;)


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Post by snaper » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:10 pm

Funky40 wrote:Thanks for the Coupon ! a Good kick to grab this ;)


i so often had a cool "end-groove" going when listening to my Vinyls,
but i would not record it.........out of reasons. Well, i managed it to record a few ;)
:D
Same here.
The reason Vinyl was born is that I like to add real, "looped" crackle to my drums, in this way, they sound like they were sampled from a record.
Also, sampling "air" (parts, where there is no sound on a record), is a really good tool to add some "atmosphere" to your loops.
Before Vinyl, I remember, I had to dig in my HDD for crackle noises for hours, or, had to record a few from actual records. Now, I have a large library to go with :D
Obviously, this technique is not designed for mainstream music...

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Post by snaper » Tue Dec 17, 2019 10:59 pm

Let me introduce you tIe :

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tIe is our newest take on a max for live sequencer, designed for experimental techno music producers.
In tIe, you set the barriers for your sequence, like, lowest note, highest note, lowest velocity, highest velocity.
After that, you hit the full random button and tie creates you 12 different note sequences and 12 different velocity sequences. You can choose the one you like, you can lock it SHIFT + click, so tIe won't generate a new one into that slot. Then, you can alter the sequences with random note lengths, cycling and you can set a comparator as well.
As always, all parameters have hints in the lower right corner, if you click on the logo, numbers will show up to make controls more precise. SHIFT + click on the logo for support.

http://www.encoderaudio.com/control.html

[video]http://youtu.be/h1MjWp3sqMU[/video]

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Re: Encoder Audio

Post by snaper » Tue Sep 15, 2020 10:05 pm

Released!
Not a software, but something interesting for, well, "under" your modular recordings :D

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The Thousand Shades Of Grain sample library is collection of long, evolving textures, rhythmic noises and beautiful ambiences, made with our amazing Luminist device, recorded with a vintage E-6400 Ultra E-Mu sampler, arranged into 8 categories :

- airy
- atonal
- deep
- drone
- mellow
- noisy
- rhythmical
- smooth

More than a 1000 samples, around 4,5 Gigabytes uncompressed!

http://www.encoderaudio.com/sounds.html

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