Fixed Noise Intros OTTO The IDM Industrial and Electronica Sound Library

Los Angeles, CA (August 23, 2006)--Fixed Noise, Inc. has released its debut software release, OTTO, a sound library designed by Miami musician/producer Otto Von Schirach. OTTO offers over 4 GB of instruments, and is one of the first libraries to utilize Native Instruments' new Kontakt 2 Player.
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Los Angeles, CA (August 23, 2006)--Fixed Noise, Inc. has released its debut software release, OTTO, a sound library designed by Miami musician/producer Otto Von Schirach. OTTO offers over 4 GB of instruments, and is one of the first libraries to utilize Native Instruments' new Kontakt 2 Player.

OTTO caters to musicians and producers in the IDM (Intelligent dance music), industrial, and electronica genres. OTTO provides over 600 instruments that include construction, loops, sequences, and surround. Von Schirach created the library as a single answer for music makers who require maximum efficiency (loops and sequences), and maximum flexibility (construction and surround).

OTTO will be distributed by GSF Agency and will be available at musical products retailers as well as record stores and nontraditional audio software dealers. OTTO has a MSRP of $199.99 and ships on September 15th.

Otto Von Schirach recently released Maxipad Detention on Ipecac Recordings. He is currently working on collaborations with Skinny Puppy, Venetian Snares, Doormouse, Gut, and Ebola.

For additional information on OTTO, please visit www.fixednoise.com.