Sample library maker Camel Audio has released its new Minimal Techno library, which consists of “stripped down, unrelenting grooves, processed electronic drum kits, and deep basses with soul. Featuring modwheel-scanned and tempo-synced loops, chordal and sequenced synth stabs, noise hits and sweeps, all with extensive remix variations for
Minimal Techno features 75 presets and 264MB of new samples, including “classic” 808 and 909 samples for drum kits and 101 and 303 acid bass lines, plus a selection of “tightly-edited micro kits, a host of essential grooves, and plenty of inventive effects to create your own minimal moods.” Continue reading →
This is the official music video for Spectral Split, by Pantha Du Prince & The Bell Laboratory.
The track comes from their new album, Elements of Light, which is described as ‘a symphony for electronics, percussion and bell carillon.’ The music combines elements of minimalism, techno and traditional carillon works.
Paris-based Grain Noir is a producer/programmer/sound and visual designer who makes image & sound interact.
Grain Noir’s aim is “to sketch various ideas about things like nature, technology, physics, astrophysics, metaphysics, cosmology and more, in a metaphorical and abstract way. This is done by developing interactive programs using sound reactive visuals, which can make those ideas easier to understand.”