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  1. Merry Xmas 2021 from Man Makes Noise! The Lobby Piano is a small grand piano in a lobby. I originally recorded said piano for The Lobby Piano Omnisphere library and ever since it’s release I have had plans to go back a record more from said piano. I have been unable to do so due to Covid restrictions, so I decided to go through the material I already recorded and find the most interesting sounds from there. I chose 10 different styles and techniques from the original recordings. As nothing was recorded chromatically I had to construct the samples for each of the 10 techniques with sound design trickery. Each of the 10 techniques is now “recorded” in triads for a chromatic range with 4-5 velocity layers, no round robins. So there is very little naturally recorded material in this piano. This is not a complete piano, but a colours and flavors type of additional piano. Contents One Kontakt 6 patch, one Kontakt 5 patch, one Decent Sampler patch, 10 .SFZ patches and 1189 uncompressed .WAV samples and takes up 3,3 gb of hard disk space. There are also 29 snapshots by Man Makes Noise and Torley for the Kontakt 6 version. Tech Specs Kontakt versions require the full version of Kontakt 6 and 5. Decent Sampler is available for free from Decent Samples. Plogue offers a free SFZ player Sforzando. Pricing The library is free and thus it will always be. Now, you will have to use the code FREEXMAS on check out (it takes 100% off the price). Why a code you might say. Well Gumroad (my ecommerce platform) has a size limit for free downloadable products and The Lobby Piano - Playable Techniques is way over that limit. Hence the code: FREEXMAS https://www.manmakesnoise.com/thelobbypianoplayabletechniques
  2. One day my wife decided she wanted a fancy drinking bottle. A fancy metallic drinking bottle. Of course it needed to be sampled. The Bottle was hit with rubber and felt mallets. I recorded three variants of it: one with the bottle being completely empty, one with it filled half way with water and one with the bottle full of water. These samples we processed to bring you 8 mallet instruments, 4 sound designed instruments and 4 sound designed pads. These range from clean and beautiful mallets to dark and dissonant atmospherics. The Bottle has a cinematic, atmospheric vibe to it. Contents The Bottle Kontakt version contains 16 .NKI patches, 2625 uncompressed . WAV samples and takes up 3,7 GB of hard disk space. The samples are left in uncompressed WAV format to provide you with the possibility to load them into your favorite sampler or use them as raw audio files in your DAW. The Bottle MSoundfactory version contains 5 patches and takes up 600 MB of hard disk space. Both versions use the same original samples and you get both versions to use. Tech Specs The Bottle Kontakt version requires the FULL VERSION of Kontakt 5. It is proven to work with version 5.8.1 and higher. It will not function in the Free Player version. The Bottle MSoundfactory only requires the free MSoundfactory Player. You can download it here: https://www.meldaproduction.com/MSoundFactory Pricing The Bottle retails for 15€ (excluding VAT where applicable) with an introductory offer of 10€ until the 24th of May 2021. Go grab it here: https://www.manmakesnoise.com/the-bottle
  3. Something free from Man Makes Noise over at Pianobook. A little bass instrument made from an recordings of an acoustic guitar: https://www.pianobook.co.uk/library/e-string-bass/ Use it in the full Kontakt, Decent Sampler or MSoundfactory.
  4. What do you get when you take a piece of scrap board, a rock you stubbed your toe into, a twig your kid handed you to hold and a spare guitar string? You get an ugly little instrument that is virtually unplayable in real life: The Jumalauta. The Jumalauta is a fretless single string instrument with the sole purpose of sounding great as a virtual instrument and sound source for sound design. This instrument has been already been used in other Man Makes Noise libraries. Here I present it as an independent instrument. The Jumalauta contains three basic articulations (plucked, hammered and picked), designed pads, percussions and bonus underlay patches made with sounds from a Moog Sirin and Arturia Microfreak. The basic articulation are recorded chromatically and extended at the low and high ranges. They have 1 velocity layer and have 4 round robins. The percussions have 1-5 velocity layers and 3 round robins. The Perc Fast Hand has 6 velocity layers and 1 round robin for left and right hand. The pads and underlays have 1 velocity layer and no round robins. The Jumalauta contains 18 .NKI patches, 610 uncompressed . WAV samples and takes up 550 mb of hard disk space. The samples are left in uncompressed WAV format to provide you with the possibility to load them into your favorite sampler or use them as raw audio files in your DAW. The Jumalauta requires the FULL VERSION of Kontakt 5. It is proven to work with version 5.8.1 and higher. It will not function in the Free Player version. The Jumalauta retails for 15€ (excluding VAT where applicable). An introduction price of 10€ is available until the 10th of March 2021. Grab the library here: https://www.manmakesnoise.com/the-jumalauta
  5. Ever walked into the forest with a sledge hammer on your shoulder? Bashed rocks to bits and pieces? Or been banging on that one rusty gate for way too long that onlookers are this close to calling for professional help? Wildebeat is the result of all that and more. It’s a modern percussive foray that has it’s heartbeat beaten in wood, metal and stone. It was recorded in the forests and abandoned buildings around here. So if you see any trolls running around looking scared, they’re probably running away from the recording sessions. Wildebeat is a modern toolkit of natural raw and designed found sound drums and percussion. It is made of an assortment of wood, metal and stone based sounds. The library is divided into two sections; natural and designed. The natural section contains all the recorded raw material in its natural form arranged into suitable kits. The designed section contains manipulated drums kits, percussion sets, hits, loops, sliced loops and fx. The library contains 261 .NKI patches, 12,881 samples and takes up 5.3 gigabytes of hard drive space. The samples are left in uncompressed WAV format to provide you with the possibility to load them into your favorite drum tool, sampler or use them as raw audio files in your DAW. Wildebeat requires the FULL VERSION of Kontakt 5. It is proven to work with version 5.8.1 and higher. It will not function in the Free Player version. Wildebeat retails for 59€ (excluding VAT where applicable). Intro price is 39€ until the 1st of January 2021. Get it here: https://www.manmakesnoise.com/wildebeat There is simple one patch demo version of the library to hear and test out the sounds: https://www.manmakesnoise.com/freebies Also the original teaser:
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