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Targeting Reason and Kontakt users, SoundXperience offers a range of synth sounds with close to 600 patches ready to use.

Digital Media Dreams Releases First Sample CD: SoundXperience

New sounds for Reason's NN-XT and Kontakt 1.5.2

March 29, 2004

The new sound design company Digital Media Dreams released their first sample CD "SoundXperience". SoundXperience is a multi-sample library containing synth sounds patched up for Reason's NN-XT and Native Instruments Kontakt 1.5.2. DmD is a new company which has the goal to produce and release sample collections on CD-ROM and in the form of downloadable "SoundPack's". DmD was founded by the founders and administrators of the Reason orientated website "Reasonfreaks" (www.reasonfreaks.com).

Contents of SoundXperience include:

  • 125 Multi-samples (1243 Wav. files)
  • 344 NN-XT Patches
  • 252 Kontakt 1.5.2 Patches
  • Divided into categories Arp, Bass, Drums, Keys, Leads, Mono, Organs, Pads & Strings, Sound Scapes

Digital Media Dreams sampled many great synths (both hardware and software), kept fairly simple in terms of movement and in mono for optimal editing comfort. This way you can make the movement yourself and a stereo field can easily be created in the supported soft samplers. Basically this library turns your sampler into a synth with lot's of "waveforms" which can be mixed and tweaked as much as you like.

In total there are almost 600 patches made for the 2 supported samplers, the NN-XT and Kontakt v1.5.2.

Price: €49.95.

For more information, visit their web site at www.dmdreams.com.

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004