About importing and refining a library of building blocks that can be used as a construction kit orchestral and hybrid soundtrack music. This ongoing project will be updated incrementally until the library is finished.
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Welcome to our re-launched community website! We are thrilled to have you here and excited to share with you the amazing features and updates we have in store. This place has been (...)
For various reasons, our presence on Twitter never gained much steam. To be honest, we neglegted that communication channel and it shows. Now that Twitter seems poised to descend into chaos, we've (...)
I have no idea why the rider is pale or where and why she's actually riding, but since this arrangement lends itself so fantastically to Snippets sessions, I updated it and published a remix as one of the new Synfire examples.
I made this weird Christmas song, because so many people did not celebrate christmas together with frinds and fameily.
Extremely cool upright bass solo here. I just came across this while programming a similar style for the upcoming generative algos. Erm, it won't be quite as exciting as this live performance (...)
Haven't had a chance to make any music for what seems like ages, so to de-stress from working too hard had a little play around with Synfire. Mainly using the example libraries (...)
Hi. As we know, Synfire needs a chord and a vertical or horizontal scale to define a pitch. And to me this is great because you can drastically change the meaning of (...)
This is an example song featuring 10 instances of Sprike and no other synth (except a drum preset from Soundcase). So this is a real demo of what you can do with (...)
A while ago, the idea of establishing local Synfire user groups was born. I followed the further course of things with interest, however I was a bit skeptical whether this could work (...)