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  1. Man Makes Noise releases Puro for Omnisphere 2.6 today! Puro (finnish); a stream, brook. (spanish); pure Puro is all about atmosphere. It’s about modern cinematic textures and pads. It’s a search for beauty in ugly places. Built from bits and pieces of organic sounds Puro, like the water is a stream, is built to be constantly moving and evolving. And like a stream turns into a river and rivers run into lakes and oceans Puro grows from small to vast. Puro contains 200 patches that are divided into four categories: NOISESCAPES (22), PADS + STRINGS (108), TEXTURES PLAYABLE (41), TEXTURES SOUNDSCAPES (29). Puro also gives you 494 brand new soundsources for Omnisphere. For Puro I recorded a variety of traditional and custom built instruments as well as hardware synths and a large selection of found sounds. 14 Instruments: Piano (the on in the lobby), Seagull M4 Dulcimer, Maika’i Soprano Ukulele, A Broken Souvenir Ukulele (a busted cheap thing found in a dumpster), Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Toy xylophone, Djembe, Metal Bell, Tambourine, Wind chimes (Koshi model), Recorder, Male Voice (my voice. Yeah, sorry about that), Small Gong. 3 Custom Built Instruments: PVC Bansuri (built from cold water pipe), Bassboard (custom wire instrument), The Jumalauta (custom single string instrument). 2 Hardware Synths: Arturia MicroFreak, Arturia Matrix Brute 40+ Found Sound Sources: a dog’s water bowl, metal pot, metal bowl, a kettle and lid, door handles, glass bottles, plastic bottles, metal pipes, metal radiators, a wooden box with a rubber band, metal hinges, metal hits, a wok lid, an eggslicer (mandolin style), a large wood saw, natural water sounds (streams and sewers), a toy car engine, a rusty barbecue, a plastic water jug, a vacuum cleaner, a metal rake, a metal scythe, sneakers, glass plates, incidental bird recordings, trees, a travel size didgeridoo, a water barrel, a kitchen knife, Jaz Amsterdam trash can, broken glass, a shovel, a toy car, glass shower wall at Jaz Amsterdam, a punching bag, a crowbar, a wooden door frame. Puro also contains two simple percussion instruments as a bonus. These are presented in Kontakt 5 (5.1.8) format. The sample content of these is unlocked so they can be loaded into any sampler. Puro requires Spectrasonic's Omnisphere 2.6. The bonus content requires the full retail version of Kontakt 5 (5.1.8). As usual I'm offering a freebie of 10 patches for you to test out what Puro is. Get the patches here. The price of Puro is 49€ (excluding VAT) with and intro offer of 29€ (excluding VAT) until the 31st of July. Get it here! - https://www.manmakesnoise.com/puro
  2. Today Man Makes Noise has to offer a second release: the Man Makes Noise Omnisphere Bundle! This bundle contains all the Omnisphere libraries by Man Makes Noise to date: Puro, Omnidose, The Duck of Death, Omnitaur and The Lobby Piano. Overall there are 775 patches, 50 multis and 955 original soundsources in the bundle.This is a great way to dive into the world of Man Makes Noise sounds! The Omnisphere Bundle requires Spectrasonics' Omnisphere 2.6. The price of Man Makes Noise Omnisphere bundle is 69€ (excluding VAT where applicable). If you already own one or more of the products in the bundle (Omnitaur excluded since it is a free product) then send me an email where you give me the email address you used to purchase these products and I will get back to you with a personalized discount code. Buy the bundle here: https://www.manmakesnoise.com/bundles
  3. For only $79.99 instead of $160, get The Ultimate Modern Pop Collection, MIMIC AUDIO’s flagship bundle! Mimic Audio’s Flagship bundle features Drums, Bass, Leads, Synths, Guitars, Snaps, Claps, and Sound FX from 8 recent chart-topping songs made into playable instrument patches for Omnisphere 2.6+ IMPORTANT: This collection requires Omnisphere 2.6 or higher. Learn more here: https://audioplugin.deals/the-ultimate-modern-pop-collection-by-mimic-audio/ Offer ends May 3rd 2020
  4. Man Makes Noise releases Omnidose for Omnisphere 2.6 and welcomes you to a journey that began 32 years ago when Roland released the D-50 synth. Omnidose is a modern day re-imagining of that legendary piece of music gear. This is not an attempt to recreate what the D-50 sounded like, but rather a voyage to discover new sonic ground, the Man Makes Noise way. The 125 patches of Omnidose were made using the Roland D-50 waveforms in Omnisphere. These patches require the Omnisphere 2.6 hardware library to function! The patches are divided into 8 categories: ARP + BPM (14), DISTORTION (3), HITS AND BITS (6), PADS + STRINGS (44), SYNTH BASS (23), SYNTH MONO (5), SYNTH POLY (22), SYNTH SHORT (8) Most patches use multiple MIDI CC controls: Velocity, Modwheel, Aftertouch, Breath Control and Pitch Bend to change parameters of the sounds. Omnidose contains a bonus of 10 Artificial Ambiences in .wav format. The price of Omnidose is 25€ (excluding VAT) with an intro price of 19€ (excluding VAT) until the 9th of February 2020. Get it here: https://www.manmakesnoise.com/omnidose As with everything Man Makes Noise has released I'm offering a freebie of 10 patches for you to test out what Omnidose is. Get the patches here: https://www.manmakesnoise.com/freebies Original teaser:
  5. Today Man Makes Noise releases it's zero ducks giving cinematic sound library: The Duck of Death! https://www.manmakesnoise.com/the-duck-of-death The Duck of Death is an unusual library. It is not what you would expect. The Duck of Death is an exploration into changing an irritating and horrible sound into something beautiful and cinematic. The Ducks have been used raw and they have been transformed with other tools and then made into wonderful sounds with Omnisphere. With a face that only a mother could love and a voice not even that mother could love. The Duck (or actually Ducks) of Death brings you a voice heard all over the internet (you know the viral videos of people pushing a bunch of these down and running for their lives). I present a library that begs the question, what makes an instrument? I’ve gone with the idea that an instrument can really be anything. Let’s meet the Ducks. First we have The Big Duck. The Big Duck is the main vocalist of the library, producing most of the raw sonic material. Capable of doing short and long notes, The Big Duck specializes in monotonous delivery. Beat it enough and you can get some more colors out of it. And actually beating it with a stick produces some monotonous thumps. Then we have The Little Duck. It barks. The Duck of Death contains 200 patches, 50 multis and 165 original soundsources. The patches are divided into 11 categories that are easily identifiable within Omnisphere. Arp + Bpm (51), Distortion (6), Electronic Mayhem (2), Hits And Bits (16), Keyboards (2), Pads + Strings (34), Synth Bass (20), Synth Long (8), Synth Mono (6), Synth Poly (37), Texture Soundscapes (18). The Multis are divided into two categories with 25 multis in each: Cinematic Duckments and World of Ducks. The Duck of Death also contains a bonus library of drums recorded from a cardboard box and processed into electronic drum kits. This is provided in a simple Kontakt instrument as well as .wav files. The Duck of Death requires Spectrasonic's Omnisphere 2.6. The price of The Duck of Death is 39€ (excluding VAT) with an intro price of 25€ (excluding VAT). The intro offer is available until the 24th of November. https://www.manmakesnoise.com/the-duck-of-death Demo I'm offering a freebie of 10 patches for you to test out what The Duck of Death is. Get the patches here.
  6. I am experiencing a great deal of "snap crackle & pops" using specific plugins purchased from Spectrasonics. I am wondering if anyone can give me some advice on how I can alleviate this issue in Cakewalk by BandLab? I am using Windows 10 64 Bit operating system, Creative SoundBlaster XFi-Titanium HD sound card (ASIO), and of course Cakewalk. I have ruled out any type of virus issue on my computer because all of the other plugins work perfectly, and I have had technical assistance recently scan for any virus, and none were found. The only plugins I seem to have issues with is the Spectrasonics plugins. I have Garritan Jazz & Big Band as well as Personal Orchestra loaded, Dimension Pro, Rapture as well as other Cakewalk Sonar products and not having any issues with any of them. I spoke to the staff at Creative and they asked if I was having any other issues such as website audio, and Windows Media player and I am not. I realize that this issue should be directed towards Spectrasonics, but I am trying to cover all of the bases before getting them on the phone again. I may be overlooking a setting in Cakewalk that will help resolve this issue. Could use some help! Thank you
  7. Omnitaur for Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2.6. Omnitaur is a free library based entirely on the Moog Minitaur waveforms that come with the version 2.6. This library will not work on older versions of Spectrasonics' Omnisphere than 2.6. Omnitaur contains 50 patches of Arps, Basses, Leads and Pads. Omnitaur is free, go get it here: https://www.manmakesnoise.com/freebies
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