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Modular Explorations: Bristol

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$35 $25

Modular Eplorations: Bristol features cinematic alien arcades and cities, deserted crystalline caverns, vast hives of digital insects, distressed metal impacts and abstract user interface sounds.

Created in Bristol with Eurorack equipment (Mutable Instruments, Intellijel, Doepfer, Erica Synths, Make Noise, Arturia, Expert Sleepers, 2hp, Ladik) recorded into an Emu E5000Ultra Sampler, then processed digitally using a variety of techniques and high-end effects in Berlin.

Modular Explorations: Bristol is an experimental collaboration between Gregor Quendel and ARC Noise.

Professional metadata provided and edited by Kai Paquin.

Modular Bristol highlights:
  • 546 24bit / 96kHz WAV files / 700+ Sounds / Meta-tagged (Soundminer)
  • 104 Alien Textures
  • 46   Harmonic Textures
  • 30   Simple Textures
  • 50   Ambient Effects
  • 108 Chaotic Effects
  • 93   Nano Effects
  • 38   Organic Effects
  • 77   Transition Effects

Licensor: Gregor Quendel
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Type: Sci-Fi sound effects / recordings
Specs: 546 files • 700+ sounds • 24 bit / 96 kHz • 3.06 GB • Includes metadata
Approx. 90 minutes total
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  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    I think you’ve managed to create a high quality, fresh new product that cleverly references an earlier “family” of sonically related sources whilst bringing something unique to the market – that’s quite an achievement!

    I mean it only as high praise when I say that it brought to mind some of the works of Sound Dust, Rhythmic Robot’s The Laboratory series and Hollow Sun’s Music Laboratory Machines, for example. And as well as the obvious modular-type sounds, there are also shades of PPG and Prophet VS in there, too.

    There’s a real depth and weight to the sounds and the quality throughout is universally high. Transition & sound effects, textures, beds and ambiences all sound brilliant and I can easily imagine everyone from Trent Reznor down to me loving them!

    Congratulations, it really does sound “top notch” and deserves to do brilliantly.

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