SampleScience have released two products. 1970’s Summer Camp, a plugin inspired by the sound of 1970s documentaries and movies, available for $30.00. Canadian Highway is a sample pack is a sample pack inspired by the lo-fi sound of Boards of Canada, Lone, Milieu, and Tycho, available for $10.00.
1970s Summer Camp
1970s Summer Camp is a virtual instrument inspired by the sound of 1970s documentaries and movies. Each sound has been modeled based on what is heard in cult films of this magical epoch. It’s a mix of pastoral sounds typically found in educational movies of the time and esoteric films of the same era.
- 34 lo-fi sounds
- Room reverb
- Lowpass/highpass filter
- Low-CPU usage
- Amplitude range controls
- 3 voice modes: polyphonic, monophonic, and legato
Requirements for the plugin version:
- Windows 8.1/10/11 or macOS El Capitan and up
- 810 MB of HD space
- 2GHz Quad-core CPU or better with 4 GB of RAM or more
1970s Summer Camp is available to PC, Mac and Linux users (VST2,VST3, AU and AAX).
Requirements for the Decent Sampler version:
- The latest version of Decent Sampler (Free)
- 1.11 GB of HD space
Canadian Highway is a sample pack inspired by the lo-fi sound of Boards of Canada, Lone, Milieu, and Tycho. You get everything from chunky breaks to lo-fi pads, vintage orchestra sounds to mesmerizing chord progressions. All loops are tempo and key-labeled.
Features include :
- 361 samples
- 65 breaks
- 147 public domain dialogues
- 10 FXs
- 6 loop kits
- 85 music loops
- 8 one-shots
- 17 vinyl crackles
- 24-bit 44.1kHz wav files
- 462 MB of HD space
- Software that reads 24-bit WAV files
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