Apart from writting my own music and my own software, I do also Audio postproduction for films, sound presets and patterns for synthesizers and other audio related apps..
I have been always fascinated by creating sounds that I have never heard before and they evoke images in my mind.
I'm a protools operator since a dozen of years at least and now I write also my own software tools that give me infinite power of exploration.
I can also clone in software the characteristics of many synthesizers, so I can take them with me on the road and also I share them eventually in my audio workshops.
Some years ago I have done also some music making hardware. I keep still some of them but I abandoned the idea of carrying around a bunch of soundmaking gadgets and a generous wig of cables..
Sounds of this machines can be found in the free sample download.
In this page I will upload some free to use sample library for making music and also other infos related with sound design
This sounds have been recorded in different times and with different purposes, Now, combined in longer “sample packs” they might be easy to handle / keep track off.
1 1mpuls3 — Digital percussive samples
2 benjolin — Benjolin it’s an analog substractive “chaotic” DIY synth designed by Rob Hordijk
3 daguswan— wicked Beatboxer + fx : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUomdQ2bmWw
4 fruzz — DiY, comp/gate / fuzz + no input mixer https://vimeo.com/17415084
5 Laser 1/2/3- Dx-200 Fm sounds, https://soundcloud.com/servando/interestelar-void
6 radar — Field recordings at Teufelsberg (abandoned US spy base.) http://fantomton.de/ft006-radarstation-2/
7 Xio — sounds created with a novation Xio (V.A.)
This “sample packs” have been compiled using the op-1 Drum utility which automatically adds “key mapping” information to the individual sounds and also “restricts” the lenght of the pack to 12 seconds, in order to make it compliant with the op-1 format. Of course, this packs aren’t just limited to be used with that synth.
If you like them & if you make something cool with it, keep me tuned: