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A free Ableton pack made from samples of the modular synth 2HP Pluck.
2hp is a modular synth company that makes neat little synth modules. The Pluck is one of them.
The Pluck, as you might have guessed, sounds like a plucked string. It uses physical modelling and something called ‘the Karplus-Strong algorithm’ to create its quirky pluck sounds. It sounds a little like a harp, though when used with a shorter decay on the module it creates more percussive sounds.
I have recorded the module with its parameters set quite open so that you can get a flavour of its brightness
There are only a few samples in the pack – I’ve added some extra functions to the pack to provide more versatility to this instrument. There’s an arpeggiator and various FX to provide some creative inspiration!
Most of the parameters are self-explanatory – A note on some of them:
Flango – Is a mix of Chorus & Flanger amount
Flango Crazo – Controls the modulation, feedback and delay parameters of both the flanger and chorus.
Grain – also controls the Spectral Resonator dry /wet amount.
Check the Mappings if you want find out more by hitting the “Map” tab in the Ableton Instrument rack.
If you’re interested in the sounds, check out the module itself – it’s got a lot more flexibility than the sounds sampled in this Ableton pack.
You can find out more about the Pluck here.
Why would I want that?
To add some bright pluck sounds or arpeggiations to your productions!
In the Download:
Samples of 2hp Pluck.
1 x Ableton ADG File “2hp Pluck” as an Ableton Instrument .adg.
4 x Variations
Samples of Pluck Included.
Ableton Project File
How Do I use it?
Simply install the pack by double clicking on it / dragging into Ableton.
Alternatively, you can follow my guide here: How to install my Ableton Packs.
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