By Soniccouture | 19.06.2018
Cory Pelizzari makes excellent videos about sampled instruments.
His considered, calm delivery enables him to get really deep into a product without it ever feeling overwhelming.
He’s made 4 videos about Soniccouture instruments now ( see below), and even we learnt some tricks when watching them. Highly recommended, subscribe to his Solonoid Studio youtube channel now.
By Soniccouture | 24.05.2018
We have spent some time getting up to speed with the new GDPR privacy regulations that come into force on 25th May 2018.
We have always taken users privacy very seriously, and have never shared data of any kind with any other company or third-party in the past – at all.
To us that would simply be crossing a line and extremely disrespectful.
We very much plan to continue this philosophy in the future.
We have also made some improvements to the site, in particular a specific place where users can update their privacy settings whenever they want:
By Soniccouture | 01.02.2018
Instead of resting on the laurels of 2017, we have spent the last month updating – implementing requests, fixing stuff. For you, the user.Read More
All updates are free and can be downloaded in your User account area.
- fixed host automation
- adds ‘Link’ switch, Play switch + Menubar
- updated manual
- now REQUIRES Kontakt 5.6.8 minimum
Haunted Spaces 1.1
- upgraded NKS assignments (now 9 pages)
- added RED PLAY button for warning about trying to move a recorded Cube path
- Added Kontakt “physical” outputs selection for each element
Hammersmith Pro and LE version 2.4
- new and improved soft pedal algorithm.
By Soniccouture | 24.11.2017
“this is one of the best sampled Rhodes I’ve heard.. ”
“a supremely playable and dynamic instrument.”Read More
Not our words, but the words of Sound on Sound magazine. David Stewart tested Canterbury Suitcase for the uk based magazine, and found himself
“lost to the world for a few hours, happily improvising celestial harmonies on this supremely playable and dynamic instrument.”
He also observed that:
“I was immediately taken by its strong, pinging ‘bell’ attack, and pleased to find that both the attack and body tone remain consistent across the piano’s seven-octave range, with no dead notes, buzzes or volume dips — the mark of a well-maintained Rhodes.”
Thanks to David for another great review – read it in full here
By Dan Powell | 10.11.2017
This is an update to the original Glissandos script included in Scriptorium 10 years ago.
Steve Tavaglione got in touch asking if it was possible to set the length of a glissando precisely, in bars or seconds, and then have the glissando end on specific pitches. So we ended up turning the original glissando approach on it’s head, and targeting the played notes rather than starting from the played notes.
This means that the glissando will end it’s glide on the note you play. I call this “Destination Mode”.
In Destination Mode you can set the length of the glissando in Beats or Seconds, and the pitch distance (in semitones) from which to start the glissando.
The original method is still included as an option, you can choose with the switch at the top right. Origin Mode is the original method in which we start the glissando from the played notes and slide infinitely away from that at a variable rate.
The “Sustain Mode” option also at the top right simply tells the glissando algorithm to either respond to or to ignore the sustain pedal.
You can download the script here:
Works with Kontakt 5.6.8 or later.Close Close