Welcome to Rhythm Organism - an exciting sample library containing over 800 samples of amazing electronic didgeridoo grooves and single hits from the master, Charlie McMahon.
Inspiration awaits for many different music styles from hip-hop to techno, trance, electronic music, jazz, swing pop and more. The possibilities really are endless in combination with effects for your music production to create unique music tracks.
Charlie has been a master of the didgeridoo from an early age and is one of Australia's most acclaimed players of this instrument. From traditional style didj's through to Seismic Face Bass and the newly launched Didjeribone (Sliding Didj), he has always pushed the barriers of musical sounds, blending driving rhythms with an outback ambience.
Charlie has played on soundtracks for the films; Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Mad Max and The Bear. He has recorded / performed with Snakefinger, Janes Addiction, Def Fx, Carlos Peron, Condo Ima, Keith Urban, Midnight Oil, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and many others....
This fantastic library comes in multiple formats that should suit every music producer.
Formats supported include:
- Apple Loops
- Stylus RMX™
- Reason Refill
- 600 REX2 files
- 800 Acidized WAV files
- 800 Apple Loops
- Seismic Face Bass Grooves
- Wood Grooves
- Slide Grooves
- One Shots for effects and drums
- Special Combinator effects
For more detailed info on the contents of Rhythm Organism, please take a look at the PDF of Contents for a full list of contents and descriptions.
Download Size (RAR file):
- 970 MB
Info & Quotes
"Rated 9 out of 10" - Future Music Magazine, UK
"Proves that the didgeridoo has a lot to offer... a stranger variety of sonic textures than you might expect... flexible and inspiring" - Computer Music Magazine, UK
"The Face Bass provides some extravagant effects achieved using a seismic microphone that captures the subtleties of sound inside the player’s mouth while he is playing. The real stars of the show, though, are the didgeribone loops, which sound like someone violently abusing the filter on an organic monster synth. This is a very well recorded and unique sample pack... if you need some organic-sounding, acid tweaking grooves, look no further... explores the didgeridoo in ways you might never have thought possible" - Music Tech Magazine, UK