Digital Mess Ups Celebrated

Puremagnetik releases the Artifact Micropak created from digital anomalies and computer malfunctions      05/08/10

Digital Mess Ups Celebrated


Puremagnetik has released Artifact - a Micropak created from digital anomalies and computer malfunctions. Here's what they have to say about it...
Artifact comes packed with things you would normally want to avoid in the studio: digital aliasing, clock glitches, control 'voltage' waveshaping, sysex errors and mis-quantized samples.
The sound designers at Puremagnetik have harnessed these anomalies in a controlled environment and reprogrammed them in a more musical context for Ableton Live 8, Kontakt 3 and Logic 8/9.
Artifact is organized into 6 playable kits complete with macro controls for Ableton Live and a custom Kontakt GUI. In addition, Artifact includes a generous collection of looped MIDI clips*.
Artifact Features
  • 6 kits packed with digital malfunctions
  • Multi-sampled library with advanced DAW integration
  • A collection of expertly programmed clips
  • High quality 24 bit 96khz audio samples
  • Custom Ableton Racks, Kontakt KSP GUI and Logic Channel Strips
(* The Kontakt version uses Apple Loops) System Requirements
  • Requires Ableton Live 8.1.3, Kontakt 3.5 or Logic 8
  • 300 MB of physical RAM
  • 200 Megabytes (MB) of free hard disk space
Pricing and Availability:
Basic Monthly Subscription: $5.75/Month
Basic Yearly Subscription: $60/Year
All-Access Pass: $198/Year
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