A while ago I did a little music project with someone else and she brought a psaltery, a harp-like instrument, over to my studio. It wasn't fully tuned, so we agreed to use it more for percussion and interesting haunting
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
Halloween is just around the corner and I've got a fitting Live Pack for you. It's called "Spine Chilling" and contains 16 select sounds from my sound library. Squeaky doors, breaths, creaks, eerie machine sounds, thunder. The works.
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
We all have experienced this before. We finally have time to sit down to make music and nothing comes. The creative spark is simply not there. This article tells you different approaches to overcome this creative drought.
Ages ago I recorded all kinds of noises that can be produced with a Coke bottle. The most interesting sounds are now available in a Drum Rack as a free Live Pack. The Coke Live Pack is made in and
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
This Live Pack is based on a spoon stirred in a glass, but it might surprise you how sinister the three resulting Instruments Racks are (frankly, I blame the wintery weather). All are fully macro mapped, one's very electrical sounding,