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Thursday, October 06, 2016

Shades of Techno - Moog Little/Slim Phatty Soundbank Tutorial - 5Pin Media

Published on Oct 6, 2016 Loopmasters

"5Pin Media proudly announces ‘Shades of Techno - Moog Little/Slim Phatty Soundbank’, (http://bit.ly/shadesoftechno) debuting their new Soundbank series. Soundbank will be bringing musicians and producers the best in up to date sounds for popular modern hardware synths spanning various genres and styles.

About Shades Of Techno - Moog Little/Slim Phatty Soundbank

Shades of Techno contains 100 presets compatible with Moog Little Phatty Tribute/Stage I and II, Slim Phatty synthesizers. The presets are provided both as a whole soundbank, as well as individual patches, all in .syx format. You'll need a MIDI interface and a SysEx application to load the bank into your instrument.

Most of the patches are designed in a way that yields itself best towards sequencing. Of course the patches can also be played by hand (the bank contains a number of one-shot fx and percussive sounds), but the best results are obtained by programming tight, sequenced patterns.

About Producer Adam Pietruszko

Shades of Techno Soundbank has been crafted by elite sound designer and audio engineer Adam Pietruszko.

Adam hails from Warsaw where he teaches synthesis and sound design at the Academy of Audio Engineering. At the the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology his teaching covers sound synthesis, acoustics, electroacoustics, digital audio theory and music production.

His journey in electronic music began in 2003 when he started spinning vinyl in Warsaw clubs, later turning to synthesizers and production. He is the creator of numerous award winning sample libraries and synthesizer soundbanks focusing on the field of cinematic effects, picture scoring and electronic music. He combines analog and digital synthesizer techniques with percussion and field recordings, as well as physical modeling and experimental audio creation. His works also include tutorial videos on synthesizer programming and sound design.

Check out the full demo and free taster samples here: http://bit.ly/shadesoftechno"

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