METAMORPH – Electroacoustic and designed sound effects library
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METAMORPH is a vast collection of electroacoustic and designed sounds, developed by Italian sound artists BJM Mario Bajardi and Komplex (Iter-Research). METAMORPH takes heavily processed violins, pianos and acoustic instruments and morphs them into impacts, sci-fi atmospheres, user interface elements and beyond.
METAMORPH features over 2.1 gigabytes of 24bit/96khz audio, embedded with Soundminer ready metadata to easily facilitate the discovery of new sounds for your next music or game production. Also included in the package are sampler presets for most major formats. Native Instruments Reaktor owners may take advantage of the included MP16d sampler, which comes equipped with a custom Lemur Template by Antonio Blanca.
Whether you’re a sound designer looking for alien textures or an electronic musician seeking out unusual timbres, METAMORPH features something for you.
METAMORPH is available at the Twisted Tools shop for just $69.
Over 2.1 Gigabytes of sound effects and designed sounds
Soundminer enriched metadata
Maschine ready metadata
Sampler instrument presets for Maschine, Ableton Live 9, Battery, EXS24, Kontakt, Maschine and Reaktor
A brand new version of Twisted Tools’ MP16 sampler, called the MP16d
Reaktor MP16d Features:
16 Voice Polyphonic Sampler
Pad style layout
Unique parameter and modulation settings for per voice
FM and Delay FX per Voice
Note repeat effect per voice
Two LFOs per voice
Lemur OSC Template by Antonio Blanca
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About BJM Mario Bajardi and Komplex
BJM Mario Bajardi is an Italian electroacoustic composer and sound designer, who is currently a lecturer at the Academy Art, at the University of Palermo in Italy.
Komplex is Paolo Bigazzi Alderigi, multimedia artist and owner of Iter-Research music publishing. Paolo is a lecturer at SAE in Milan, Italy.
Video Audio Demo by Richard Devine
Here’s the electronic version of Stockhausens Kontakte from 1960. There’s also some interesting text comment in the beginning.
There a version of Kontakte including piano and percussion.
Ian Halliwell has made a fantastic series of radio programs called The Tone Generation exploring the early days of electronic music roughly 1950-1970. He uses his personal collection of records and cds, looking at different themes and composers in the era of analogue tape and early synthesizer technology.
There are now 20 programs available at blip.tv, where the initial 10 part series was first transmitted between April and June 2008 on Resonance FM. There are programs covering major composers from influential countries but also other themes like the EMS and RCA synthesizers, female electronic composers, jazz, dance and the Expos.