New sounds for an old sampler

I got my old Yamaha TX16W back after it spent eight worthy years in a friend’s studio doing backing tracks for a covers band. The release of the Cyclone plugin from NuEdge spurred me to load up my old library. I’d forgotten how many great sounds I made with this thing! It has a unique character, dark and moody. It’s also great at drums.

So I have two new products: a set of 7 disks of unusual sounds from my extensive library, and a 2 disk set of drums. These will load in a real TX16W running Typhoon, and in the Cyclone plugin too.

The demo was created with the plugin and limited to 16 voices like the real thing. Some reverb from a contemporary Alesis Quadraverb IR. No eq apart from a touch of top end boost on the stereo mix.

madtheory TX16W discs
Unusual pads, atonal chords, synths and atmospheres showcasing the unique qualities of this sampler. Low sample rates, extreme transposing and those weird filters that kinda don’t do much but still add a vibe. The samples are entirely original, there’s nothing here from the original Yamaha Japan or UK libraries or the Muki Pakesch archive although there is a small number of sounds from various magazine CDs- but using some tricks of the TX with Typhoon.
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madtheory TX16W drumkits
The TX16W with Typhoon excels at drums. Snappy envelopes, multiple outs and straightforward mute groups, layering, mapping etc. Use these kits as templates for your own, or just enjoy sharp sounding TR-808, TR-909, TR-505, DR-110, CR-78, Linn Drum and SCI Drumtrax kits, as well as my own “Realdrum” kit made up of a selection of sounds from classic digital drum machines.
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2 thoughts on “New sounds for an old sampler

  1. Can you make a typhoon OS disk for me? Id pay you!

    Its not easy to do. no old mac or windows around.
    Oh, does the typhoon os allow using sample disks made with the older os?

    thanks

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