The Monologue, Korg’s cool little monosynth, has just received a welcome New Year boost in the shape of a free sound library.
It’s called “Electronic Score + Retrocade” and was designed by German film composer Christian Halten. The sounds cover cinematic ideas of the future and past with some kind of sci-fi post-apocalyptic collision, then probably an alien invasion followed by glorious redemption and the unexpected destruction of the planet. Or as Christian puts it (via Google Translate):
From “Oxygene” to “monoModel” over “Sarlacc” and “Lightcycle” to “CBeamGlitter” the pictures are now under your fingers. Strange rhythms like “Firebarrel”, “Snow on Mars”, “Pong” and “Squirrel” can bring that certain something into your own productions. Let yourself be inspired and explore the new sound palette on your monologue.
To use the sounds you have to fire up the free Monologue editor on your computer and plug in via USB. Do try to remember to save your own sounds first or they will all be over-ridden.