Digital Sound Factory Launches New Web Site

Santa Cruz, CA (October 1, 2007)--E-MU Systems veteran sound designer Timothy Swartz and his company, Digital Sound Factory, have launched a new website offering original E-MU SP1200, Emax, ESi-32, Emulator IV, and Proteus sound libraries for download 24/7.
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Santa Cruz, CA (October 1, 2007)--E-MU Systems veteran sound designer Timothy Swartz and his company, Digital Sound Factory, have launched a new website offering original E-MU SP1200, Emax, ESi-32, Emulator IV, and Proteus sound libraries for download 24/7.

Under exclusive license with E-MU, Digital Sound Factory has converted these sound libraries to the SoundFont format. E-MU invented the SoundFont format for the Creative SoundBlaster sound card. The site provides detailed loading and usage instructions for all major DAWs and applications including Cubase, Sonar, GarageBand, Kontakt, Reason and more.

In addition to providing digital access to the sounds of these vintage hardware products, Digital Sound Factory is gearing up to produce a range of new audio content for the computer music enthusiast, including brand new orchestral, world/ethnic, and electronic collections.

Digital Sound Factory
www.DigitalSoundFactory.com