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☒ Fairlight CMI

Pack from PUBLIC DOMAIN contains 22 samples
🎧 Format: 24 bits/ 44 kHz Wav

βœͺ pure single wave, not mapped!

🎁 Price: FREE! 

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β–“ cult soundsβ–“

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Fairlight public domain free sounds:

additive.wav
additive2.wav
additive3.wav
ambient.wav
cult voice.wav
dogs.wav
ethno.wav
FX.wav
guit.wav
horror fx.wav
horror fx2.wav
noise.wav
piano.wav
sequencer.wav
string.wav
strummer.wav
synth.wav
synth2.wav
trombone.wav
trumpet.wav
typewriter.wav
voice.wav 


β– The Australian Fairlight Computer Music Instrument (CMI) is a cult Synthesizer/Sampler workstation,  the first digital sampler to hit the market back in 1979. At the time it boasted an incredible amount of 28 megabytes (expandable). It can be played with a  73 note velocity sensitive keyboards (The Series III added keyboard aftertouch) pitch/mod wheels, an 82-key alphanumeric keyboard+  15 function ones, a Graphics Tablet for drawing sounds on the famous green CRT.

β–  Sequencers and storage to various disk mediums including winchesters HD

β–   Sync Three different on-board SMPTE for clock timing (no Midi before IIX)

β–   From 1979 to 1985 different version Fairlight were released:
-The Fairlight 1 and 2 had only 16 kByte of Memory per voice, and only eight voices but expanded to several megabytes and double the polyphony by the Fairlight III.

β–  Sampling is a  16-bit resolution digital sampler with variable sample-rates up to very high frequency 100kHz rate. Early Fairlight models used twice 8 bit 6800 CPU, updated to amiga /atari CPU to more powerful 16 bit Motorola 68000.

β–  Samples can be looped, mixed and re-sampled with various audio processing including addictive Fast Fourier Transform and Waveform editing functions directly drawn on the sreen

β–   Various sequencers:
-  CAPS (Composer, Arranger, Performer Sequencer), an 80-track polyphonic sequencer. 
-  MCL (Music Composition Language) is like a text-based step time sequencer.
-  RS (Rhythm Sequencer) dedicated to drum-machine grid like.


β– Polyphony - 16 voices (expandable)
β– Sampler - 16-bit, 100kHz mono, 50kHz stereo
β– Memory - 28MB (several minutes at 44.1kHz; expandable)
Synthesis - Fast Fourier Transforming, Waveform Editing, Graphics Tablet Waveform Drawing
β– Keyboard - 73 note with velocity sensitivity (un-weighted). The Series I, II, and IIx could all have a dual-keyboard feature.
β– Sequencer - Rhythm Sequencer, CAPS (Composer, Arranger, Performer Sequencer) 80-track polyphonic seq., MCL (Music Composition Language) text-based step time seq.
Control - MIDI, SMPTE
β– Date Produced - 1979 - 1992 

β–  NO USER MANUAL 
β–  NO SERVICE MANUAL 

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