JOHN LITHIUM PRESENTS: LITHIUM TOOLBOX SOUNDSOURCES COLLECTION

INFO PAGE & DOWNLOAD HERE: http://www.archive.org/details/ARGREC14

“Lithium Toolbox is a soundscape collection, featuring twenty-five different synth compositions from John Lithium. This collection is mostly sci-fi/cyberpunk/noir influenced and/or inspired. The first twenty-two tracks are brand-new songs composed in June, while the final three were recorded in May. The total collection is roughly 625 MB, with an average ‘song’ time of about two minutes. These are mainly drone-oriented tracks, although there are several notable exceptions.

While many of these ‘songs’ are able to stand under their own merits, they eagerly await for assimilation into your own designs, either in a remix and/or enhancement capacity.

This collection is licensed under a Creative Commons License Attribution-ShareAlike
CC BY-SA (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/). While the preceding website covers most of the basics regarding this license, there are a few additional points to make. To begin, if you utilize this material (regardless of if it is for commercial or non-commercial use), please send me a note or email at (c h a n d l e r n [a t] g m a i l [d o t] c o m) describing your work and some links to the finished product. Also, while I by default usually include the share-alike aspect of the license, if you still wish to use the material but want to use a different license, send me a message and we can discuss it. If you have any questions/concerns/thoughts about this material (and/or other topics), again feel free to contact me at the email listed above.”

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~ by John Lithium on June 11, 2011.

3 Responses to “JOHN LITHIUM PRESENTS: LITHIUM TOOLBOX SOUNDSOURCES COLLECTION”

  1. […] making the official announcement (stuck for a name and cover art, at the moment), but you can head over here and download that thing. If you don't know what to do next, await further instructions. But, I […]

  2. […] Click Here to download the Lithium Toolbox. […]

  3. […] here for more information about the Lithium Toolbox, here to preview and download tracks from the […]

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