Tuesday, August 6, 2019

SOUNDWARE: DUNE/ CM Sounds. 'Motorik City' Electronic Music ARP Patches.

'Motorik City' FREE Electronic Music Patch Collection for DUNE / CM*

*DUNE CM is a version of DUNE available with every copy of Computer Music Magazine. More details below.

Demo tracks:

All the sounds in the demos except the drum sounds are available in the collection.

This collection features European/Motorik type synthesizer patches, sometimes referred to (controversially and perhaps politically incorrectly) as 'Krautrock'.
Although rooted in the European electronic scene of the 70s and 80s, 'Motorik' type sounds and rhythms are undergoing a revival and feature in the music of many current electronic and indie artists such as 'Hookworms' and 'Josephin Ohrn and the Liberation' amongst countless others.
Most of the patches here utilise DUNE's powerful arpeggiator which creates really tight synth lines and layers that can be synched to your DAW's tempo clock to match up with the other instruments and tracks within your song. They are designed as creative 'starting points' for your own pieces and sounds. You can simply hit the 'ARP' key on DUNE and the sound becomes a regular bass, lead, or polysyth synthesizer patch.
In addition there are also some 'static' great sounding synth bass, lead and polysynth sounds. 


Motorik City Manual/Brochure.pdf

The patch collection can be downloaded via the following link. Please read the disclaimer at the bottom of the page before carrying out any Sound-Lounge downloads. Just right click the 'DM_Motorik_City' file at the top of the page and then select 'download' to download all the patches in a single go. 


DUNE CM is a version of DUNE polyphonic wavetable synthesizer available with every copy of Computer Music magazine. It's part of a collection of VST instruments and effects supplied on the cover disk of every issue. It's identical to the full version except there is no the built in effects suite and only 16 modulation slots instead of 32.
So you can get this synth and many others for around £6 (the price of a copy of the magazine).
It's a really powerful synth which we've really got to know well over the past months and years. If you don't already have it, we suggest you get yourself down to your local newsagent, get yourself a copy of Computer Music, and install it!


The information contained within this blog post is offered on an informal basis and is correct to the best of my knowledge. I accept no responsibility for outcomes arising from the mis/interpretation or use of this information and/or associated download files. Always download files via security/scanning software. 

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