By now, I'm fairly well known for my quirky free Live Packs. I've got another one for you, and it's based on the sound of... frogs. Yes, you've read that right. It's based on frog croaks, contains a Drum Rack, and
The free SB Clicks & Pops Live Pack is yet another one based on sounds from my own library. The name reflects the source samples, namely clicks and pops. I recorded them ages ago, when I was still using Fruity
I'm currently working on a collaboration with a good friend. For our first song together, we rummaged through my sound library under Machines and Mechanical. It inspired this free Live Pack that includes two racks, one Drum Rack, one Instrument
The Mellotron is an electro-mechanical, polyphonic tape replay keyboard from 1963 that became popular after the Beatles had used it on some of their songs. This bundle contains 10 Live Packs full of Mellotron sounds. Each note was individually sampled
I've got a Bontempi B3 electric organ from the 70s or 80s with 25 keys, a six-chord accompaniment and a traditional fan, giving it a slight Leslie effect. I sampled each key individually. Some are a bit out of key,
The Swooshes Live Pack is based on 31 sounds made from belts, rope, sticks and wire being swung around to create various swoosh sounds. A Drum Rack as well as a fully macro mapped Instrument Rack with added reverb and
This tutorial is a tip for everyone who doesn't have Sampler, but would like to create their own multisample MIDI instruments in Ableton. It's a simple, but effective workaround I used myself for years.
Until a couple of months ago, Christian Kleine a.k.a. Max for Cats had a Model M pianet from Hohner from the late 70s/early 80s, one of the best sounding ones around. With built in phaser, EQ and two 20 Watt
No, we're not going back to the stone age. Yet, the "Rock 'n' Stone" Live Pack is based on various sounds of rocks and stones. It contains one fully macro-mapped Drum Rack, the pads filled with instances of Impulse. Made
A while ago I experimented with a Buchla Music Easel. I tend to always press record, in case something good comes out of it. This time the result includes a little three-part series of Live Packs for you. "EaselWeasel 3"