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Ex­plor­ing this is­sue’s free Ra­dioSon­ics sam­ple pack

Computer Music - - Free Samples -

1 The Cyclick/One Note Tape Mul­ti­sam­ples folder con­tains five mul­ti­sam­pled in­stru­ments – Bass Clar­inet, Con­cert Zither, Fan Or­gan, Horn and Horn Soft – plus Kon­takt patches. To cre­ate each, a sin­gle note was recorded to cas­sette, then repitched and echoed for a vin­tage, tape-spliced sound. 2 Cyclick’s folder con­tains seven mul­ti­sam­pled in­stru­ments in to­tal (the five men­tioned ear­lier, plus two sig­nal gen­er­a­tor patches), and th­ese have all been fun­nelled through an ar­peg­gia­tor and ef­fects to cre­ate the BPM-cat­e­gorised loops in the Treated Tape In­stru­ments Loops folder. 3 You’ll find more sonic odd­i­ties in the Groove Crim­i­nals col­lec­tion. The Tape De­lay folder, for ex­am­ple, con­tains 44 lo-fi tape loops that warp and bend in pitch, while the Ra­dio Sig­nals folder is full of ana­logue-pro­cessed white noise and ra­dio static rem­i­nis­cent of prim­i­tive sci-fi sound­tracks.

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