Arcade Game Sound Generator Sampled

Puremagnetik releases PM-8910 - an Intellivision inspired sound pack      11/02/15

Arcade Game Sound Generator Sampled


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Puremagnetik has released PM-8910 - A library of sounds captured entirely from an original General Instruments AY-3-8910 three-voice programmable sound generator. They say that PM-8910 is packed full of goodies for old-school gaming and chip sound enthusiasts.

The AY-3-8910 and its variants became popular chips in many arcade games, and were used on, among others, the Intellivision and Vectrex video game consoles, Amstrad CPC, Oric 1, Colour Genie, Elektor TV Games Computer and Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128/+2/+3 home computers as well as the Mockingboard and Cricket sound cards for the Apple II family.

PM-8910 is a companion and addition to Puremagnetik's constantly growing arsenal of retro computer sounds and has been programmed especially for Live, Kontakt and Logic.

This Pack comes with:

  • Over 20 programs directly sourced from the original GI AY-3-8910
  • Ableton Live and Push-Ready instrument racks
  • Apple Logic Channel Strip and browser integration
  • Full Kontakt KSP edit panel with modular voice part selection.


System Requirements:

  • Ableton Live 9.1 or Kontakt 4 or Logic 9
  • At least 200 MB of free hard drive space

 

Pricing and Availability:
PM-8910 is priced at USD $15 and comes in Ableton Live, Kontakt & Logic formats

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