Honoring Florian: A Free Library of Kraftwerk-Inspired Sounds for Ableton Live, TR-8S, and More #MusicMonday
To honor recently passed Kraftwerk member Florian Schneider, Symplesound has released a free sound library as a tribute. Here’s more from Synthopia:
“Kraftwerk was one of my primary influences as a young artist getting into electronic music,” notes SympleSound sound designer Francis Prève…. “What’s most striking about Kraftwerk’s music is that from Autobahn (1974) to Tour De France(1983), nearly all of their drum sounds were created using analog synths and sequencers, not drum machines,” adds Prève. “So the drums in these packs were also synthesized in my studio, then sampled and used to create the libraries.”
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