This week sound library news includes special offers from VSL, free samples, industrial loops and more.
Tonehammer has worked out a discount system which allows you to assemble your own combination of instruments and get a discount between 10-35% of your purchase.
Acousticsamples releases BassysM-S. Slap bass from a Stingray for Kontakt.
You miss the industrial sounds? I do sometimes… Peace Love Productions brings ‘em back with Industrial EBM Loops. Inspired by Combichrist, Die Sektor, Grendel, Columbine, Front Line Assembly, Skinny Puppy, Stromkern, Amduscia, Julien-K, and Covenant.
Waveformless dug up two free samplepacks.
- First, Cyberworm’s Korg Wavestation SR samples.
- Second, SOUNDresource.eu Reaktor 5-made pack called Trinitite.
Vienna spring offers includes a little of everything.
From the Vienna press release:
Offer for users of the Vienna Special Edition
Users who will have registered both the Standard Library and the Extended Library of the Vienna Special Edition on or before April 15, 2009, will receive One FREE Extended Library of their choice for any additional Vienna Instruments DVD Collection (Standard Library) they register between March 16 and April 15, 2009.
Offer for users of the Symphonic Cube
Users who will have registered all 10 Standard Libraries of the Symphonic Cube on or before April 15, 2009, will receive Two FREE Extended Libraries of their choice for any additional Vienna Instruments DVD Collections (Standard Libraries) they register between March 16 and April 15, 2009.
Single Instrument Downloads: Buy 3 and Get 1 for Free
Users who order any three Single Instrument Downloads from March 16 through April 15, 2009, will receive one Single Instrument as a free additional gift.
Furthermore, four download products have been added to Vienna Symphonic Library’s web shop: Glass Instruments, Lithophone, Bass Waterphone and XXL Tam-tam from the Vienna Instruments DVD Collection Elements are now available separately as single instrument downloads.
Prime Loops has released Lee Coombs Tech Funk. The pack features over 170 loops and samples for electro, breaks, acid house and tech funk. The loops were created with the help of, among other things, a Moog Voyager, Roland 303, and Roland D50.
Available from Loopmasters are House Improvements Vol2 (made by said company) featuring “deep, chunky, funked up and glitched out house samples”, Keyboard Injection from Puremagnetik containing electronic piano samples from Fender Rhodes Mark I, Clavinet C and Wurlitzer 200A, and Drum Drops in Dub Vol 2 Pack 4 (yeah, seriously) for your reaggae-esque productions.
Last but not least, if you buy Massive you’ll get two extra Kore expansions from Native Instruments. More information on their website.