Co-Coss Style - Various - Sampler #95 (CD)
North America. Shipping Options. Free International Shipping. Local Pickup. Free Local Pickup. Show only. Free Returns. Returns Accepted. In contrast, the Beat Machine allows loops to be sliced and diced Recycle-style. Secondly, the samples have to be used with the supplied version or the full version of Intakt — they cannot be opened for use in an alternative sampler application. If you are happy with Intakt as a playback device and even in the cut-down version supplied here, it is still fully featured — then this is obviously not a problem.
Devotees of other samplers Co-Coss Style - Various - Sampler #95 (CD) be less enthusiastic Co-Coss Style - Various - Sampler #95 (CD) this restriction. Installation takes just a few minutes, although the final stage of this process requires authorisation of the library. This can be done very efficiently if the computer is on-line, but other options exist if your music computer does not have an Internet connection.
In total, the library and front-end require just under MB of hard drive space. What you get is, essentially, a collection of breakbeat-style drum loops, and the sample material is organised into two categories of presets. First up is a collection of just over rhythmic loops.
These are grouped into categories of between seven and 22 loops based upon their original tempos, with tempos covering a huge range of bpm. Each loop is available individually and uses the Beat Machine mode, with the full loop mapped to C1 and the sliced-up version of the same loop then spread across the rest of the keyboard.
Second, the same groups of loops are organised into Multis, each one mapping all the loops from one of the tempo groups to individual keys in Beat Machine mode. An additional set, referred to as XX Multis, takes this approach further by combining several Multis so that every key has a Beat Machine loop mapped to it. Rather oddly, these XX Co-Coss Style - Various - Sampler #95 (CD) do not have the Sync button engaged, so they play back at the original tempo rather than the project tempo, although this is very easy to rectify if required.
These preset combinations provide the user with the best of both worlds — either work with an individual sliced loop or multiple loops, all of which can be synced to the project tempo as needed. Well, seems every other modern prog band sounds like this, and the vocalist is mediocre. Furthermore the album wasn't fresh at the time anymore.
This sampler contains some usual good stuff from the contemporary big names, and tasters from acts less familiar to me, of which only Rob Gould enters my check-out-some-more -list. Not many delightful new names, nor is the diversity of modern prog very widely represented here, or maybe the year wasn't that great?
I think two stars is enough. Powerful, slightly dystopic feel especially for the partly distorted vocals which I don't like that much. A bit monotonic song but with good sounds. Crossover-proggers KOYO and their eponymous album hasn't been reviewed here yet, but not-so-progressive rock piece 'Now I Understand' doesn't get me interested either. Soft, orchestral sound is nice. Well done, but not much of originality.
This softly meandering track is not very far from the more recent Marillion, but is for the most part slightly boring. No great band discoveries this time, so two stars it will be again.
Given that we're celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Yes this issue, we thought it'd be a timely reminder of Banks' talent The rest of the artists are mostly cases of "never heard" for me. A bit like Mostly Autumn. Sylvan I naturally know from Hackett's Genesis Revisited, but this vocal oriented and poppy collaborative track doesn't sound much prog to me.
This Co-Coss Style - Various - Sampler #95 (CD) is rather uneven, and funnily it contains pairs or threes that sound quite alike. But not a bad way of getting the first taste of several new bands. As always with GoD releases, the leaflet is packed up with information both in German and in English in a very user-friendly fashion. I'm naturally basing my review on those band introductions. Here's a track from their intended second album that remained unpublished for nearly four decades.
It's energetic, jazzy prog-rock starring Hammond and electric guitar. XHOL played psychedelic jazz-rock. The GoD release represented here with a frenzy minute instrumental is a live album "Essen Co-Coss Style - Various - Sampler #95 (CD). Sounds very nice! Lyrics are in English and there's a lot of flute to increase a certain [pre-Aqualung] Jethro Tull flavour.
The chosen fast-paced track is starring oboe. The next two bands are the best known. The sound quality is not very good, and to me this is the sampler's weakest link.
At least the 9-minute, lighthearted instrumental 'Dance of Some Broken Glasses' sounds nice with Co-Coss Style - Various - Sampler #95 (CD) cool groove and flutes, but there's not much of progression in the composition.
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