Sound library for NI Kontakt, SF2 and Renoise .XRNI
TeH Fl0ppy – chromatically sampled floppy disk drives.
Do you remember the funny videos on various sites where floppy disk drives played popular melodies? Now you can do it without disk drives, micro-controller and wires. Use your DAW and sample players like NI Kontakt or SF2 players and more to play TeH Fl0ppy Disk Symphony..
This library sounds cool in modern electronic music as sound design element and works well as retro-floppy-emulation-awesomeness too. Add your own effects to distort, bend and loop the base sounds as much as you want. Just check the demo sounds on the bottom of this page for examples.
One of the three FDD’s was broken we thought. But it wasn’t, only a candy paper was stuffed into its hole.
We captured its sound with and without that candy paper too.
We call it “TeH B4D(ass) Fl0ppy”
The other FDD’s were in perfect condition, multiple recordings were done with different microphones.
Have fun and enjoy TeH Fl0ppy V2 sound library – with new features!
- New, fancy GUI (Graphic User Interface) for Kontakt version
- Optimized file size
- Optimized Renoise .xrni files
- Smaller memory footprint
- 5 Kontakt patches (Full Kontakt 4.2.4. or newer required)
- 5 Renoise .XRNI patches
- 5 SF2 patches
- 241 files, 150Mbytes (zipped)
224 files, 88Mbytes
Key range: C1-D#4
Extra sound effects: C5 – on, D5 – init, E5 – init, F5 – seek, G5-B5 – error