- MiniLab and Keylab series
- Analog Experience series
- Spark / SparkLE
1.7.1 version What's new?
- "Save" and "Save as" function disabled
- "Export" function disabled
- PC: 2 GB RAM; CPU 2 GHz (Multiple cores recommended), 2 GB free hard disk space.
- Mac (Intel only): 2 GB RAM; CPU 2 GHz (Multiple cores recommended), 2 GB free hard disk space.
French Nu Touch Vol.2French Nu Touch Vol.2 contains two exclusive kits created by Swiss producer and sound designer Greg Shepherd.
Following the path of recent french electro bands, "French Nu Touch vol.2" brings a collection of dirty basses, heavy drums, and tons of useful drop sounds that will please the most adventurous electro lovers.
French Nu Touch Vol.1French Nu Touch Vol.1 contains two exclusive kits created by our in-house sound designer and electronic artist Jacobo Abreo. Filled with over compressed drums, synthetic stabs, jangly percussive sounds, and killer patterns, "French Nu Touch vol.1" delivers nothing but the creme de la creme of today's electro.
Urban Ear Candy Vol.2Created by hip hop producer Greg Savage, this free expansion pack delivers the dirtiest southern beats and the hottest RnB thrills for your Spark Drum Machine.
Don’t miss out on this awesome collection of handpicked samples to bring out fresh ideas into your sessions.
Another Gansta Movie
Even In the darkest Hour
Urban Ear Candy Vol.1Our fifth release in the Spark expansion pack series is dedicated to urban music.
"Urban Ear Candy vol.1", curated by Hip hop producer Greg Savage, contains 5 kits exploring the current span of urban genres.
From R'n'B and NYC classics to modern Hip hop and Trap music, these kits will bring fresh inspiring material to your beat sessions!
Neo Soul demo
RnB Gems demo
In Da Club demo
Trap Music demo
SYNDRUMS Vol.1We are glad to introduce 4 totally new kits for Spark.
The Syndrum kits deliver all the warmth and punch of the hottest analog circuits by exploiting the power of the TAE® modules.
Combined with the tweaking possibilities of Spark's controller, these kits will bring extreme flexibility to your beat sessions and will make your tracks stand out!
D.I.Y Sample Templates Vol.1We are happy to release two free D.I.Y. sample templates for the joy of Spark users and experimenters.
As their name suggest, these templates are designed to let you import your own samples and access almost limitless sonic possibilities.
So forget about the static nature of your sample collections and give them a new life thanks to our TAE processing!
Classic Drum Machines Vol.2The second volume of the « Classic Drum Machines » expansion packs revisits the legacy of the Korg* drum machines.
As before, the presence of key parameters will give you in-depth acces to the synthesis and sampling chain of each kit, for maximum tweaking and creativity.
The KPR++ faithfully emulates the punchy analog sounds of the KPR-77 which was Korg’s answer to the TR-606. As a bonus, it also integrates a few percussion sounds based on the older and rarest KR-55 and KR-33 models.
The DDM-120 pays tribute to the digital series of Korg drum machines, giving you access to the lo-fi 8 bit sounds of the DDM-110 and DDM-220.
If you want to beef up your mix with analog drums, or add an edge to it with crispy digital samples, don't miss out on this new expansion pack !
Classic Drum Machines Vol.1Our first Spark expansion pack, « Classic Drum Machines Vol .1», pays tribute to two gemstones of the electro house music scene : the Roland TR-606 and 707.*
We have recreated the 606 analog sounds thanks to our TAE® technology, bringing back all the the analog warmth and acid grit of the original. The DR-707 emulates one of the most beloved grooveboxes in Electro-House by embedding the original Roland Eprom sounds. By adding a touch of TAE® with the Bodeshift noises and Karplus overtones, we are delivering state-of-the-art software emulation that will satisfy the most demanding beat-makers.
Whether you are into electro pop music or nu-disco, be sure to spark up your mix with these two additional classic drum machines.
|*The use of trademarks is only meant as a reference to clarify the instruments whose sound was modelled after and doesn’t imply any endorsement.|