Øon3 Fairlight CMI IIx KONTAKT, kontakt samples, Øon3, Kontakt, Fairlight, CMI


Øon3 | Mar 9, 2014 | 128 MB

Ive created All these banks/presets into ‘single nki files’ and also into’Multi-NKB’ files, which for many, will really be nice to use, if you so desire, to use these in a live show senario ?

INCLUDED: ( 194 meg / 659-Filez / 37-Folderz )

  • – 44×16 bit / mono files

“To many banks to even list here!!”
Øon3 Fairlight CMI IIx KONTAKT, kontakt samples, Øon3, Kontakt, Fairlight, CMI

The Fairlight CMI (Computer Musical Instrument) was the first polyphonic digital sampling synthesizer. It was designed in 1979 by the founders of Fairlight, Peter Vogel and Kim Ryrie, and based on a dual microprocessor computer designed by Tony Furse in Sydney, Australia. It rose to prominence in the early 1980s and competed in the market with the Synclavier from New England Digital. Both instruments would be put through their paces by famed producer Trevor Horn, much to the chagrin of rival Martin Hannett (who left Factory Records after the company refused to subsidize his purchase of a Series IIx model mere months before Horn’s production of “Relax” hit the airwaves).

Øon3 Fairlight CMI IIx KONTAKT, kontakt samples, Øon3, Kontakt, Fairlight, CMI

The Fairlight CMI was a development of an earlier synthesiser called the Qasar M8, an attempt to create sound by modeling all of the parameters of a waveform in real time. Unfortunately, this was beyond the available processing power of the day, and the results were disappointing. In an attempt to make something of it, Vogel and Ryrie decided to see what it would do with a naturally recorded sound wave as a starting point. To their surprise the effect was remarkable, and the digital sampler was born. (Analog sample-playback units using tape had been around since the 1950s, such as the Chamberlin keyboard and the Mellotron.)

By 1979, the Fairlight CMI Series I was being demonstrated, but the sound quality was not quite up to professional standards, having only 24kHz sampling, and it wasn’t until the Series II of 1982 that this was rectified. In 1983 MIDI was added with the Series IIx, and in 1985, support for full CD quality sampling (16bit/44.1kHz) was available with the Series III.

The Fairlight ran its own operating system known as QDOS (a modified version of the Motorola MDOS operating system) and had a primitive (by modern standards) menu-driven GUI. The basic system used a number of Motorola 6800 processors, with separate cards dealing with specific parts of the system, such as the display driver, keyboard interface, etc. The main device for interacting with the machine apart from the keyboard was a light pen, which could be used to select options presented on a monochrome green-screen.

The Series III model dropped the light pen interface (the light pen cable apparently was one of the most fragile hardware elements in the system) in favour of a graphics tablet interface which was built in to the keyboard. This model was built around Motorola 68000 and 6809 processors, running Microware’s OS-9 Level II operating system (6809 version). One of the Fairlight’s most significant software features was the so-called “Page R”, which was a real time graphical pattern sequence editor, widely copied on other software synths since. This feature was often a key part of the buying decision of artists.

The Fairlight CMI was very well built, assembled by hand with expensive components and consequently it was highly priced (around £20,000 for a Series I). Although later models, adjusting for inflation, were getting comparatively less expensive as the relevant technology was getting cheaper, competitors with similar performance and lower prices started to multiply. Fairlight managed to survive until the mid-1980s, mainly bidding on its legendary name and its cult status, sought after by those that could afford its prices.

Øon3 Fairlight CMI IIx KONTAKT

Sapphire Stem and MIDI Kit WAV MiDi, wav patterns midi samples, WAV, stem, Sapphire, Midi Kit, MIDI, Fantastic

Sapphire Stem WAV MiDi

FANTASTiC | 30 July 2018 | 265 MB

140 WAVs & 101 MIDIS

Comes with 27 Sample folders that include Stems + Midi Files.

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/ycLr
Sapphire Stem and MIDI Kit WAV MiDi

Savage Beast 2 WAV MiDi, wav patterns midi samples, WAV, Trap, Savage, MIDI, Hip Hop, Fantastic, Beast

Savage Beast 2 WAV MiDi

FANTASTiC | 26 July 2018 | 80 MB

‘Savage Beast 2’ is here again, the second time around being unleashed from the East. Some of these loops have something special in the Kit called half speed samples. These are mutiple sounds created in one file. These half speed samples are Royalty-Free and made from scratch which includes bells, keys and other various sounds in one file. This is becoming a more popular sound within the creativity of Trap and Hip Hop. Looking for a Construction Kit that will take your music production to the next level? ‘Savage Beast 2’ comes in 24-Bit WAV and MIDI formats. You can use the MIDI in your favourite DAW such as Reason, Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton, Cubase and more to customise the sounds to your liking.

• All Tempos are Included
• All Files Separated
• 100% Royalty-Free
• Half Speed Samples Included

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/5U8J
Savage Beast 2 WAV MiDi

Metro Boomin Southside 2 WAV, wav samples, WAV, Southside, Metro Boomin, Metro, Fantastic, Boomin

Metro Boomin Southside 2 WAV

FANTASTiC | 28 July 2018 | 1 GB

Southside x Metro Boomin Sample Pack Pt.2 600+ Samples

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/y2eD
Metro Boomin Southside 2 WAV

Sold Out Dates Kit WAV MiDi FLP, wav presets patches patterns midi flp samples, WAV, Sold, Out, MIDI, Kit, FLP, Fantastic, Dates

Sold Out Dates Kit

FANTASTiC | 29 July 2018 | 60 MB

– 808’S
– 808 MIDI

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/9b0e
Sold Out Dates Kit WAV MiDi FLP

Future Retro WAV, wav samples, WAV, Retro, Future Retro, Future, Fantastic

Future Retro WAV

FANTASTiC | 27 July 2018 | 471 MB

‘Future Retro’ is the perfect collection of loops and one shots for those wishing to add a retro spin to their synth wave, trip hop or chill step track. Painstakingly hand-crafted by Precinct, this collection of vintage drum grooves, deep bass, delicate melodies, rolling arps and soaring pads is designed to drop straight into your production. Drawing on classic old school drum machines and complimenting them with modern processing and rich analogue synthesis, this pack creates a unique array of sounds that will give your work a futuristic yet vintage feel.

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/f31v
Future Retro WAV

808 Wave 5 WAV MiDi, wav patterns midi samples, Wave, WAV, MIDI, Fantastic, 808

808 Wave 5 WAV MiDi

FANTASTiC | 27 July 2018 | 91 MB

‘808 Wave 5’ Another level of 808 swag and Trap. This sample pack contains five Construction Kits with WAV & MIDI. If you’re looking for that heavy 808 sub, this is the Kit that will blow your speakers through the roof. Listen to the demo in your sub-speakers and you will be blown away. Tempo ranges are included and all drum tracks are separated for perfect drum loop mixing. All Kits are 100% Royalty-Free.

• 5 Construction Kits
• 24-Bit WAV, MIDI & MP3
• 100% Royalty-Free
• 48kHz/24-Bit Quality

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/66dJ
808 Wave 5 WAV MiDi

Evolution Electric Guitar Stratosphere v1.65 KONTAKT, kontakt samples, SYNTHiC4TE, Stratosphere, Kontakt, Guitar, Evolution, Electric Guitar, Electric

Stratosphere v1.65 KONTAKT

SYNTHiC4TE | Jan 12 2015 | 1.79 GB

Added Update v1.65 | SYNTHiC4TE | July 29 2018 | 163 MB

When we introduced our line of guitar sample libraries in 2008, it represented a stunning leap forward in sampled guitar realism. Today, you’ll find the Evolution line of guitars and basses in final productions of numerous movie and television scores, trailers, games, even pop hits. Evolution Electric Guitar – Stratosphere represents the fifth generation of the Evolution guitar engine and incorporates refinements that provide unparalleled realism and more intuitive play.

Key Features:
– Multitracking up to quadruple tracking.
– Adjustable pick position using our proprietary physical modeling technology.
– Various vibrato styles, from classic vibrato to rock and metal vibrato with adjustable depth/speed. Vibrato can be assigned to MIDI CCs or aftertouch.
– Powerful mapping system that lets you set how you want to trigger articulations, using conditions such as velocity ranges, MIDI CCs, latching and non-latching keyswitches, and more.
– Built-in strum pattern editor for authentic guitar strumming.

Sampling specifications:
– Over 10,000 samples, recorded in 24-bit, 48khz.
– Articulations such as sustains, half palm mutes, full palm mutes, mutes, squeals, tapping, natural harmonics, plus special effects such as chugs, scratches, string slaps, and much more. The articulations amount to 144 unique samples per note, although because each string was sampled individually, in certain cases there are many more based on your ability to play the same note on different strings.
– MIDI articulations for instant upward/downward grace notes, buzz trills, whole-step slides, whole-step hammer-ons, slides (velocity-based and tempo-synced), octaves, and powerchords.
– Legato samples for slides, hammer-ons, and pull-offs.
– The articulations have 3 dynamics, 2 pick directions (when applicable), and 2x round-robin.
– Modeled pickup selection for bridge, bridge + middle, middle, middle + neck, and neck pickups.

For example, Stratosphere has an intuitive, powerful strumming pattern editor. We felt it was important to make something that represents strumming better than the traditionally-used step sequencer approach, so we came up with a more powerful system that’s fast and easy to use. It gives you control over which strings get strummed, the direction of the strum, and the speed of the strum. Plus, you can use many articulations within a single strum pattern, and even incorporate special effects like string slaps as part of the pattern.

Next, all the factory presets are available directly inside Stratosphere’s interface, meaning that you can see the preset name at all times as well as use convenient arrow buttons to scroll through the included collection of factory guitar tones and strumming patterns.

Evolution Electric Guitar – Stratosphere comes with a robust guitar effects engine, including a vast collection of over $8,000 of modeled guitar pedals. Additionally, you have selectable guitar cab sizes with several options for microphones and mic placement. All together, you have a comprehensive guitar effects suite at your fingertips without external guitar effect processors necessary to get amazing-sounding tones.

Change list: (BUILD 1.1.65)
1. Polybend.
We’re rolling out a new feature we’re calling “Polybend”, which adds the capability for polyphonic pitch bends within a single instance of a library. This addition should be particularly useful for MIDI guitar users or people using MIDI controllers such as TouchKeys, LinnStrument, or the ROLI Seaboard.

2. Fifteen new reverb pedals.
We’ve added fifteen additional reverb pedal options, totaling 68 new impulses.

3. Fixed strumming pattern sync.
As you might have experienced, there were sync issues when playing strumming patterns while changing the BPM of the song. Over the course of a few measures, the pattern would gradually go out of sync. We’ve fixed this issue, and the strumming patterns should now stay in sync, despite subtle or extreme BPM changes.


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Evolution Electric Guitar Stratosphere v1.65 KONTAKT

In The Key Of A Flat WAV SYNTHiC4TE, wav samples, WAV, SYNTHiC4TE, Key, In The Key, A Flat

In The Key Of A-Flat WAV

SYNTHiC4TE | July 29 2018 | 3.38 GB

The Granular Collection

This collection of sounds is generated using vintage synthesizers, live orchestral recordings and complex offline digital signal processing platforms such as Kyma, Csound and CDP. It is the first in a collection of lush, cinematic textures for film composition, electronic music and anything that requires, expensive, expansive textures and ambient sound beds. This collection exclusively explores granular and molecular, complex sound treatments.

Many of the textures can be used as full compositions in themselves. Some are 2-3 minutes long with dynamic, shifting morphing, deeply layered granular timbres and textures. The way I use these in my own work are : 1. As an inspiration for a new composition. Grab a handful of textures in say F#, pull them into your DAW, crossfade, layer, fade in and out, eq to taste (many are full spectrum so if your using more than one, best to high pass filter all but one), add reverbs and panning and you have the basis of a full composition. Grab your orchestral libraries or piano for film composition or add a sidechain and kick drum for electronic music and you are off and running. 2. As elegant, lush breakdowns and transitions or in instrumental passages in an existing composition. Say you’re doing a deep house track in Eb. You’ve worked up to the breakdown and made a post breakdown drop but need to make an epic breakdown. Flip through some of The Granular Collection in Eb while your DAW is in loop. Find a handful of textures that work harmonically and from a spectral vantage point on your composition. Pull 4-5 textures into your breakdown area. High Pass filter all but one of them. Add eq, verb, crossfades etc and save one to do a ramp that fades from naught to full volume (up to your drop). A little arranging and in an hour you have a massive sounding breakdown with elegant, complex and detailed sound design.

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In The Key Of A-Flat WAV-SYNTHiC4TE

Arrival Drum Kit WAV, wav samples, WAV, Fantastic, Drum Kit, Arrival

Arrival Drum Kit WAV

FANTASTiC | 30 July 2018 | 16.7 MB

– 808s – 01
– Claps – 10
– Crashes – 06
– Extras – 16
– Hats – 09
– Kicks – 06
– Open Hats – 08
– Snares – 17

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/i8XL
Arrival Drum Kit WAV


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