Analog Synth Sound Effects Library

Precisionsound's Analog Performer SFX features performances by Phil Thornton      28/02/14

Analog Synth Sound Effects Library

Precisionsound has released Analog Performer SFX, a suite of electronic sound effects ranging from glitchy blips to screaming rips, noise strikes to harmonic ripples, laughing androids to alien birdcalls, all created with analog hardware.

The library was crafted from exclusive performances by Phil Thornton on his vintage Moog Source synthesiser, complemented by his Korg MS-20/MS-50 modular system and Korg SQ-10 analog sequencer. A bonus suite of remixed effects pushes into further sonic terrain, including sweeps, risers, and hybrid textures.

Precisionsound founder, Lars Westin, said: "Analog Performer SFX will add colour and chaos to your productions. The combination of synth programming and live improvisation gives this library an unmistakable character - hovering between vintage sci-fi and futuristic electronica - that can't be matched by software synths or computer-based sequencing."

Phil Thornton is a best-selling ambient artist whose production and performance credits include Sinéad O'Connor, Arthur Brown, Hossam Ramzy, and Expandis.

Analog Performer SFX features:

  • 385 raw synth sounds (709MB total)
  • 155 hybrid remixed sounds (586MB total)
  • 1.26GB uncompressed size
  • Individual sounds from 300ms to 1m25sec in duration
  • 44.1kHz 24-bit stereo WAV throughout

Pricing and Availability:
Analog Performer SFX costs $49 (+$9.95 if you want it on DVD).

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