Spitfire Audio just released MARTYN WARE – NO ILLEGAL CONNECTIONS for the masses. If you looking for new sounds, give this library a try. Read more below.
LONDON, UK: compositional tools developer Spitfire Audio is honored to reveal accessibility of MARTYN WARE – NO ILLEGAL CONNECTIONS— the most current addition to its swelling Signature Assortment of sample collections (where legendary producers, and sound-smiths curate award-winning sonic DNA for future music-makers) for Native Instruments’ KONTAKT 4 or 5 (Mac OS X 10.7 or greater and Windows 7 or later on)– as of May 30 …
A pattern distinct design, item characteristic by particular someone or an individual can be identified. Spitfire Audio’s Signature Range sample library stars certainly have a signature sound, thus the appropriate appellation.
Today it is with great pride that Spitfire Audio invites an additional trendsetter to its famous Trademark Variety sample library lineup with MARTYN WARE – NO ILLEGAL CONNECTIONS. This time around name fabulous synthpop production leader Martyn Ware– charter member of electronic pioneers The Human League and synth-funksters Heaven 17, and an adored record producer in his very own right with a lot of super-successful credits to his name with over 50-million customers worldwide for the similarity American singer-songwriter Terence Trent D’Arby, ‘Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll’ Tina Turner and eternal electro-poppers Erasure– provides a special collection of beloved analog synth and drum audios from his prized collection of rarefied electronic thrills. These consist of Korg’s mid-Seventies-vintage Mini-KORG 700 ‘simple’ analog monosynth and the Roland System 100 semi-modular monophonic synth with which Martyn made his name on very early Human League classics like ‘Being Boiled’– though the examples used on MARTYN WARE – NO ILLEGAL CONNECTIONS were really talented to Martyn by Erasure synth Svengali Vince Clarke (who freely admitted to being affected by those very early electronic recordings) upon uncovering that Martyn had actually offered his originals– and the early-Eighties-vintage Jupiter-8, Roland’s initial genuinely professional programmable analog polysynth that developed the backbone of Heaven 17 smash hits like ‘Temptation’. Before making their very own unique mark on the smash hit parade, prior to owning a drum machine, Martyn and his Human League (and Heaven 17) synth-playing partner Ian Craig-Marsh’s make repair and do modus operandi included rhythmically riding faders on the aforementioned Device 100 and its connected Model 104 Sequencer to produce bass and snare drums on the fly! Little wonder, then, that the then-young Vince Clarke rested up and took note during his fledgling Depeche Mode days.
It goes without saying, therefore, that Martyn Ware and his creative accomplices showed motivational back in the day while MARTYN WARE – NO ILLEGAL CONNECTIONS plainly is inspirational today to any person wanting to make music use of an extensive variety of pads, leads, drums, effects, tempo-locked series, and all way of curios produced by the male himself, with extra sympathetic sound design by prize-winning producers– all presented in ‘Super Mono’ to provide an option of stations processed using vintage Class-A analog outboard. With over 270 piquant presets– some with approximately five distinctly-different mixable signal courses– offering a total collection size of 13.5 GB in compressed downloadable data from 25.1 GB of WAV submits totalling 11,016 examples, such music inspiration from a real trailblazer is extremely unlikely to run out anytime soon. Merely raise the now-not-so-young Vince Clarke– all established to launch his 16th center cd with Erasure, his 3rd successful group considering that very first hearing Martyn Ware’s time-honoured Person League tones 30-plus years ago!
Price £75.00 GBP until June 12, 2014 £99.00 GBP
Buy here: http://www.spitfireaudio.com/martyn-ware-no-illegal-connections
(Note that this will require a full version of Native Instruments KONTAKT 4 or 5 to run.)