Samples & Synth Sounds Subscription Service

Puremagnetik launches a monthly subscription site for downloading sample packs and soft synth presets      18/10/06

Samples & Synth Sounds Subscription Service


Puremagnetik has a new subscription service for downloading sample packs and soft synth presets. Developed by New York based sound designer Micah Frank, Puremagnetik tell us that they deliver high quality "Micropacks" for monthly download in an easy and cost-effective way. Subscribers can also benefit from Puremagnetik magazine content that includes news articles, production tips, artist interviews and podcasts.
There are currently 2 "Micropacks" available for immediate download:
Vintage 80's Classics for Ableton Sampler and EXS Features:
  • Over 40 high-quality multisampled instruments
  • Ableton Sampler & EXS Formats
  • An Amazing Collection of Analog Strings, Leads, Brass and Horns.
  • Fully Utilizes Ableton's Instrument Rack Format - Complete with Effects and Macro Controls
  • Over 500 MB of Sounds
DJ Tools Volume 1 - Beats and Builds Includes:
  • 10 Unique Rhythmic Patterns
  • 5 Long Build-up Sequences
  • Pattern Variations for User Editing
  • Ableton & Traktor Ready Loop Points
  • 24-bit Mastered .wav Files
Upcoming "Micropacks" include:
  • FM8 Juice! - 58 new presets for FM8
  • DJ Tools Volume 2 - More beats and builds
  • Unnatural Selection - Evolving Soundscapes for Ableton's Sampler
  • Micropack for Operator
  • Micropack for Zebra 2.0
Pricing and Availability:
Basic Subscription Fee: $5.75 per month
As a "pre-release" October special, Puremagnetik subscriptions can be purchased for $3.49
Issue No. 1: Available November 1st, 2006
Pre-Release Issue: Available Immediately
More information:


Avid Technologies Pro Tools Subscription - Audio and Music Creation Software (Academic Institution Annual License)
$99.00


Korg w5 MIDI Module for Synth Kit
$39.95


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