Audiomodern Releases Sync 2, Polyrhythmic Sampler Instrument

Audiomodern has released Sync 2, a loop-based sampler instrument for Native Instruments’ Kontakt.*

SYNC 2 focuses on “futuristic sounding” electronic and glitch drum groove construction kits that blend IDM, Breaks, Organic, Ambient, Glitch, Trip-hop, Minimal, and “Futuristic” Electronica, among others.

Audiomodern_Sync2Sync 2 Features:

  • “Crystal clear” samples at 48Khz/24Bit
  • 36 construction kits – VIEW FILE LIST
  • 1.57 total GB of sounds
  • Over 300+ loops
  • 10 Reverb Types
  • “Simple and easy to use” GUI with FX and tweaking options.
  • With reverb, pan,solo, mute on every loop on every construction kit for unlimited mix and match combinations.
  • All loops and kits automatically sync to the user’s DAW’s tempo
  • Professional sound in a flexible module.
  • Available in KONTAKT, WAV, AIFF and REX  formats

Pricing and Availability. Audiomodern Sync 2 is available for download via the Audiomodern website, at an introductory price of €29. (usually € 39).

*(Sync 2 is also available in WAV, AIFF & REX).

10 thoughts on “Audiomodern Releases Sync 2, Polyrhythmic Sampler Instrument

  1. Audiomodern Releases Sync 2, Polyrhythmic Sampler Instrument

    Should read
    Audiomodern Releases Sync 2, Polyrhythmic Sampler Instrument SOFTWARE.

    Why do people advertise software , and avoid the term? Really nauseating to see software dressed up as ‘an instrument’ ?

    1. A musical instrument is an instrument created or adapted to make musical sounds.
      In principle, any object that produces sound and/or containing harmonic content can be a musical instrument, hardware , ( physical – analog/digital ) or sofware (digital)

      Many companies refer to their software as an “instrument” if it is not an effect/plug-in or Microsoft Word^^ , the term Kontakt Instrument is well known and frequently used. Some times a simple delay unit, used wisely, could act as an instrument, therefore could be named an instrument by some.

      It really is an endless debate 😉
      Max

    2. or just dont assume its hardware without it saying so. especially now adays, where ~90% of music related product releases are software.

      you make it seem like you were lied to, and you wasted precious seconds reading the first sentance, which states it is for kontakt. btw kontakt is software, just to save u another headache.

      1. I understand the glee that some of you software users get on this site.
        It is called synthtopia and not softopia . There is a lot of software on the market but unless your head has been in the cloud (no pun) there has never been a better time for synthesizers/
        It would be good to see this site have a subsection for software.
        I am very pleased you are happy with your software products that mimic the sounds of synthesizers. To voice amusement of software advertising itself as hardware is no big deal .
        Life is busy I travel a lot and produce music that gets pressed onto vinyl. I do not enjoy thinking wow a new sampler on the market then having opened up the page I find it’s software. My time is precious in this information age , (or disinformation age)
        Or I click on a pick of a ‘new synth’ only to see its a cheesy render to entice the software people to buy more software emulations.
        I am very happy for you with your software, now be a good sport and understand that some of us have our eyes and ears open for studio equipment , and we might moan about cheesy little ads that initially mislead.

        1. Your “fear” is showing. LOL.

          Yes it is a great time for synthesizers. If you could see past your own EGO, you would realize that it is a great time for software synths as well. Perhaps you are stuck in the past? Like the Amish: unable to understand new concepts or embrace technology?

          Your statement “I am very pleased you are happy with your software products that mimic the sounds of synthesizers.” shows that you actually have no idea what you are talking about, as there are a handful of VSTs that are programmed to use algorithms far more complex than anything a piece of hardware can do. It makes you sound elitist and uninformed.

          When you say “Or I click on a pick of a ‘new synth’ only to see it’s [sic] software” leads me to the impression that you are just like a child that get’s enticed by pictures of delicious candy, only to get closer and find out that images are not edible.

          I believe LESS that “you travel a lot and produce music that gets pressed onto vinyl”
          and MORE that “you get easily confused by computer renderings, and have a pre-existing dislike for software synths.”

          -Ash

          1. I am very happy for you with your software, now be a good sport and understand that some of us have our eyes and ears open for studio equipment , and we might moan about cheesy little ads that initially mislead.

            I have said what I have wanted to say.

    3. The first ‘synthesizers’ were software (https://en.wikipedia.org/?title=Synthesizer). There were earlier electronic instruments, but not ‘synthesizers’.

      So, Brandon, it’s completely wrong to complain about software instruments being called ‘synthesizers’, and plain ignorant to complain about the ‘glee’ some of us have for computers and software.

      When you talk about ‘synths’, you’re ignoring 65 years of history, if you disregard software.

      We understand you don’t like software – but that’s your problem, not someone else’s error.

    4. Come on guys¡ I agree there’s a lot of great software synthesizers, and i’m not totally agree to Brandon’s comments, but… hey¡ we are not talking about a super complex granular synthesizer here. it’s not a sampler neither. This product is a sample library which you can download in wav, rex, aiff… I mean, i’m agree to the wrong title. I was expecting a hardware sampler too..

  2. Considering the price, I understand that it isn’t too shiny, but I wish they had given it a better GUI. Something more along the lines of what Soniccouture did with Konkrete 3.

    Not saying I won’t buy it or that it doesn’t seem to sound good, but I have to say it doesn’t look as appealing as I wish it did.

  3. I don’t like promotion videos that try to make you have an epileptic fit by using flashing imigry.
    As well as hard for our eyes and difficult to read.

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