By Soniccouture | 30.06.2022
Sun Drums 1.1 is available for download from your user account.Read More
This enables you to quickly adjust the mapping to suit a different MIDI layout ( e.g. e-drums) and then store it into one of 20 preset slots.
The update ships with some ready-made presets to get started with:
GM1, GM2, Roland TD series, Yamaha DTX, Alesis Crimson II, Addictive Drums, Ez Drummer, SD2, NI Abbey Road Drummer.
Additional presets can be stored in the USER SLOTS.
The update is currently only available from your Soniccouture user account. It will go live in Native Access in a few weeks.Close Close
By Soniccouture | 11.01.2022
On 13th Jan 2022 we launch the new Scanner soundpack for Geosonics II. Robin Rimbaud (Scanner) will be online at the Youtube Premiere to take questions about the sound pack, his work or maybe just synths & gear in general.Read More
The Premiere will take place at 8.30PM (GMT) on YouTube. Click the video below.
Scanner, James & Dan from Soniccouture will be in the chat window to the right of the video.
By Soniccouture | 04.01.2022
BBC1’s new Attenborough series – Wonder Of Song – is a fascinating exploration of the nature and sonic detail of bird song. It features landmark recordings of different bird (and other animal) calls, and breaks them down using spectragraphs to understand them better.Read More
David Mitcham composed the music for the series, and he got in touch to let us know that a number of Soniccouture instruments feature prominently in the score.
“My unashamedly romantic score features lots of your Hammersmith piano and your Celeste as well as the odd contribution from your Crotales here and there. It also has some beautiful solo cello playing from Will Schofield and some great accordion from Eddie Hession.”Close Close
By Soniccouture | 30.06.2021
A new video in which James shows how you can use the velocity modulation in SC Blanks to bring some life to single hit drum programming.Read More
Four samples is not much these days, when major acoustic drum VIs will use thousands of samples to give a natural result.
However, as we try to demonstrate here, that’s not always what you want, and plenty of great tracks have been made with much, much less.