Flintpope released today Molekules, a new sound package that features 10 Ableton Live Racks full with soundscapes. The sound designer created this library by playing a piano sample at C3 into Native Instruments MOLEKULAR and recorded the results. The final results are available for free but you can make a little donation for this new release.
Introducing MOLEKULES for Ableton SIMPLER, ten racks for soundscape fun in Ableton Live INTRO
A free (OR MAKE A DONATION) pack of ten passive/aggressive sounds created by playing a piano sample at C3 into Native Instruments MOLEKULAR and recording the results.
MOLEKULAR is a highly versatile modular effects rack that produces movement in the sound – very useful if you need long and evolving pads that can sometimes take you by surprise. Who wants a lush Juno pad all the time anyway? Everyone else but you! MOLEKULAR is also good at creating harsh environments as well as beautiful chasms of gorgeousness. I have tried to reflect this in my choice of treatments in the enclosed pack. By the way, you almost never hear the original piano sample but it lends its own sonic richness to the end-result.
TECH SPEC: each rack is a pair of SIMPLER instances doubling up the sample, but each is modulated slightly differently to each other via the various mapped ADSR, LFO etc. etc. dials.
Each instance of SIMPLER also has individually set effects: Remove (eq), Quarter Note (delay), Ascent (grain delay), Concert Hall (reverb), Acoustic Cascade (chorus) and Upper Ceiling (limiter)
The rack macros control both SIMPLERS together and are mapped to relative levels of each instance, filter c/o and reso, and relative levels of the four main FX of Delay, Grains, Verb and Chorus.
There are two ways to support Flintpope’s work. Donate for this library a little amount or support the developer on Patreon for as little as $1 per month.
Available here: MOLEKULES for Ableton Simpler
More information here: Patreon