Ableton Live 9 comes with a number of exciting new sound packs, including Soniccouture's Konkrete Breaks. Featuring drum kits, individual samples, and MIDI breaks assembled by six London-based artists, Konkrete Breaks is a malleable set of drum sounds and MIDI clips that work easily in Live. We spoke to James Thompson, sound designer and co-founder of Soniccouture, about the making of Konkrete Breaks.
Puremagetik’s MachineKits is a high-quality library of multi-sampled vintage drum machines, including a massively nuanced set capturing the quality of MFB Modular analog drums, plus quirky classics like the Acetone Rhythm Ace, Simmons SDS and more. Retro Synths 1980s, another Partner Instrument from Puremagnetik, features sounds from a decade that saw fat new polysynths like the Korg PolySix and Roland Jupiter 8, portable analog sting from the EDP Wasp, and groundbreaking digital synths like the Yamaha DX7 and Casio CZ-1. Hear MachineKits and Retro Synths 1980s in action:
Together, MachineKits and Retro Synths 1980s are a potent arsenal of vintage percussion and melodic synths - until August 29, you can get them together at a special bundle price.
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