"Biolabs Absynth Research is the only commercial sound bank to take full advantage of Absynth 3's advanced features, including sample playback, granular synthesis and surround sound. Every preset has at least four specially selected controllers, to give you fast access to the most important parameters. These can be used to mix, morph and mutate the sounds providing an enormous range of sounds. The library includes three volumes of 128 sounds, which can also be purchased separately. Bio Synthesis is a collection of innovative bread and butter basses, leads, pads and synths. Bio Rhythmics offers a range of loops which you can mix in realtime using the specially programmed controllers. Bio SFX and Atmospheres, unsurprisingly, is a collection of superior special effects and atmospheres, perfect for film and TV soundtrack work. Biolabs sounds can be purchased online at www.camelaudio.com for 99 USD (plus VAT for EU residents - 93 EUR / 65 GBP). If you prefer you can buy each bank separately for 39.95 USD (plus VAT for EU residents - 35 EUR / 24 GBP). The website also provides demo MP3s and a bank of 30 free presets, to give you a taste of whats on offer. Feature highlightsMore at:-
only commercial library to take advantage of Absynth 3's advanced features including sample playback, granular synthesis and surround sound rapid access parameters per patch - perfect for live tweaking all presets sub-categorized available on CD as well as via download 300 MB specially recorded sample library 128 basses, leads, pads and synths - bio:synthesis 128 special effects and atmospheres - bio:sfx+atmospheres 128 rhythmic loops - bio:rhythmics Quotes
'A huge assortment of sounds that will find their way into your compositions to add dimensions that you could not have created any other way. Biomechanoid is a SICK programmer - some of his best work for Absynth yet!' - John Lehmkuhl, Producer/Composer (for Whitney Huston, Mariah Carey..), sound designer for Korg 'He has produced one of the finest collections of sounds available for the instrument.' - Fitch, Cellist/Composer National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland 'the latest patches from Biomechanoid are absolutely delicious!' - Ned Bouhalassa, TV and film composer.
Tom Whitwell shows us his new modules and some new prototypes