Introducing Studio Wormbone’s newest sound pack distributor – BoomBox FX!
Introducing Studio Wormbone’s newest sound pack distributor – BoomBox FX!
‘Cinematic Robotics Vol 2′ is the second in a two part series and light years ahead of hard science fiction. It’s slammed full of the emotions, actions, dramas, and conflicts that define cybernetic culture. With this release Studio Wormbone has gone well beyond the realm of known technology to create sounds that convey robotic life and death struggles.
Here’s your chance to snag up a heap of musical assets at pennies on the dollar. Through the month of December there’s a colossal holiday sale on almost the entire Studio Wormbone catalog of sound pack releases over at Producerloops. (New releases Cinematic Robotics Part 1 and 2 not included.) Prices have been drastically reduced for a short time only.
Pounce on this event while the pouncing is good! Treat yourself to stuffing your stocking with ear candy. And have a festive season while you’re at it . . . I insist!
Studio Wormbone is proud to announce the release of our latest sound pack – Cinematic Robotics Part 1:
Cinematic Robotics from Studio Wormbone goes well beyond the realm of known science. These sounds are quite unrecognizably alien to us xenophobe humans. They convey the emotions, actions, dramas, and conflicts that define cybernetic culture. These sounds spring from the heart of life and death exoplanetary struggle.
This library is light years ahead of hard science fiction even . . . it’s as if it leaked into our spacetime from the multiverse. These robot creatures are so foreign, so viscerally unexplainable to our senses that the sounds herein describing them seem purely outlandish.
Any producer or sound supervisor looking for a hypertechnological mechanical melange needs this selection. Any musician at the excesses of cutting edge artistry needs this selection. Anyone who simply likes robots needs this selection.
Contents of Part 1
40 Communications – interactivity of artificial superintelligences
40 Emotions and Character – traits that define individual style
80 Impacts – cybernetic combat is bound to have a few direct hits
100 Mechanizations and Transformations – movement and motion
60 Metallix – skin, chassis, and armor plating
70 Power Ups – awakening and/or surging in intensity
The finest available modern outboard analog and high-end digital equipment was used in the development of this product. All of these sounds maintain the glossy refinement of Studio Wormbone’s hyperproduction tools and techniques. All of them are calibrated with precision to make your next production inventive, far sighted, and mind-blisteringly innovative.
Files provided are WAV 24-Bit/44.1khz resolution, and are of course Royalty-Free. 596MB uncompressed. Every sample has been professionally recorded, edited, and mastered with the utmost care and is usable with every major audio software program (Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Sonar, FL Studio, Sony Acid, Garageband, Ableton Live, Reason). All files are compatible cross platform with either Mac or PC.
About The Creator:
Studio Wormbone is a compact and efficient state-of-the-art recording and production facility located in a quiet forest setting just outside the Emerald City of Seattle Washington, USA. Owned and managed by sound designer/producer Trevor Dutton, it’s resources specialize in all aspects of electronic music and cutting-edge audio production.
We had too much fun making these sounds to fit them all into a single sound pack. Get both parts 1 and 2 to get aggressively creative within the bionically animated alienistic paradigm that is Cinematic Robotics!
This sound pack is Part 1 of a two part series, the contents of the second being complimentary to the first. The audio demo contains a mixture of sounds from both parts.
We’re very pleased to announce the release of the latest Studio Wormone sound pack – Degenerate Synthesis. Get it while it’s hot – fresh off the hard drive!
Degenerate Synthesis is a blatant abuse of the Techno art form. This package is a robust Construction Kit of bold bass lines, barely recognizable post-apocalyptic synths, sociopathic drums, violently cutting-edge one-shot hits, unhinged FX loops, and blunt force samples.
The warped minds at Studio Wormbone have pushed technology well into crisis mode for your pleasure with this release. It achieves a culmination of sick creativity and punishing brutality. There’s no turning back now, people.
Uncontrollable idiosyncratic analogs, serial compressor slamming, daisy chained multi-band distortions, modulated de-resolutions, glitching stacked on glitching – this is nothing short of the Inquisition for electronic instruments.
Torture them until they reveal their deepest confessions; their dirty secrets. There is beauty in ugliness and truth in trauma. Modern music never sounded so vividly disconcerting!
• 30 Miss-calibrated Drum Loops
• 30 Blunt Bass Loops
• 30 Heinous FX Loops
• 100 Decrepit One-Shot Hits
• 30 Bedraggled Samples
• 30 Actively Decomposing Synth Loops
All loops are 130 BPM. There are also many ‘companion files’ within this product, meaning that two (or more) loops with a similar file name will already musically fit together for Construction Kit style layering.
For instance, “Mind Melting Drum Loop” in the drum folder would already be matched for key and rhythmic feel to playback cooperatively with the file “Mind Melting Synth Loop” in the synth folder. These are intended as song layer suggestions.
Extensive use of exotic hardware and software went into the development of these sounds to make your next project inventive, far-sighted, and mind-blisteringly innovative.
Files are provided in WAV 24-Bit/44.1 kHz resolution, and are, of course Royalty-Free. Where appropriate the tempo and key center are listed in the file name for easy integration into your favorite DAW.
Every sample has been professionally recorded, edited, sliced, and mastered with the utmost care and is usable with every major audio software program (Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Sonar, FL Studio, Sony Acid, Garageband, Ableton Live, Reason). All sounds are compatible cross-platform with either Mac or PC.
As stated in the last post it’s a great pleasure to be able to hear the end result music by people who are using sounds that originated here at Studio Wormbone. We were contacted recently by one such producer who has new music up on Soundcloud, and thought it fitting to propagate it further throughout the Net of Inter. So if you haven’t heard it already please open your ears to the fine work of Dra5t3k:
Let me also take this opportunity to issue a blanket invitation to anyone who is using Studio Wormbone sounds in their music. Feel free to email links to the songs to info(at)studiowormbone(dot)com and as time allows I’ll be happy to post them here!
We’re pleased to announce that the unenviable job of having to select a winner for the recent Studio Wormbone sound pack remix contest is complete! Let it be said first though that it is a great pleasure and honor to hear so many competent artists structuring killer songs using Studio Wormbone sounds. Great work people, truly. Your talents are inspiring.
So without further ado, the winner of the Degenerate Synthesis remix contest is . . . a tie! Bot the artists Joseph Bautista and Ryakin Rip turned in mixes that nailed the requirements of the demo song format while also giving it a life of it’s own. Congratulations gentlemen! Both of these songs will be displayed as audio demos on the product page for the soon-to-be-released Degenerate Synthesis sound pack.
Here’s a sneak peek of the winning remixes:
Again it was an honor to hear all of the hard work that went into each and every entry. Hopefully the free versions of these loops and samples will serve everyone well outside of this contest as well.
Stay tuned to this blog for more Studio Wormbone remix contests, and more – many more – future sound packs!
Just a reminder: there’s only one more week to go before the end of the current Studio Wormbone sound pack remix contest! Find the guidelines for the contest and download instructions for your free copy of the sound pack here. A week should still be enough time to grab the free sounds and put together your entry song, but don’t wait too long!
This is a hint as to what kinds of sounds we’ve been amassing in the Studio WB archives lately . . . Stay tuned for some insane new packs soon!
Below is a short video of a wicked modular patch using Metasonix and WMD modules.
It seems that most modular synth owners use their equipment primarily not in tonal music but rather as instruments of sound design. Perhaps this is because of the experimental nature of the modular beast. In my experience modular gear really lends itself to exploration, serendipity, and encourages a letting go of expectation of the results. Hence, the stability of pitch and rhythm that tonal music necessitate are often quickly left by the wayside in the process. In the end I’m sure most of the glorious sounds that come out of modular synths never get utilized beyond the enjoyment of their creation and a brief listening – until the next patch change.
At Studio Wormbone a modular session is just the first step in capturing incredible sounds – albeit the most fun step by far! The entire session would be recorded using high end preamps, front end ‘safety net’ limiting to prevent errant clipping, and top of the line analog-to-digital conversion. Next, about twice the amount of time of the original recording session is spent editing and mastering the sounds into discreet sound files. At this step many of the sounds are also treated with additional effects processing to add additional variations to their finished flavoring. Lastly another seemingly endless process takes place where the individual files are categorized, sorted, and eventually re-sorted again in a multi stage process of elimination to refine the final collections for future release. This ensures only the best-of-the-best sounds make it into a completed product. This intentionally lengthy final step allows some time to pass between the creative session of a sound’s origin and the final selection of individual files into sample libraries, so that they are judged as discreet files without prejudice from the creative session.
In other words, a ridiculous amount of work goes into this labor of love! Read more about the behind-the-scenes drama of Studio Wormbone sound packs here.