If you’re a musician that’s on the road a lot or simply one of those digital collectors that fills HDDs with endless folders of VSTs and zip files, here’s something special for you.

Plaster aka Gianclaudio Moniri’s new album Transition drops tomorrow on Kvitnu. Timed with the release of Transition’s analog roar is a package of high quality samples from some of his synthesizers that don’t make it in the overhead compartment. As he says:


I’m a traveller and i always need to bring my instruments with me, sometimes this is not possible, so i decided to sample my Moog Mother 32 and other synths in order to create some Ableton Live Racks which gives me the chance to bring just my laptop with me without loosing the sounds that i love.


You can download the Ableton Project here.

Gear used by Plaster:

  • Moog Mother 32
  • Arturia Microbrute mixed with Mother 32
  • Reaktor Blocks
  • Avalon 747 SP
  • RME Fireface 400

Listen to Transitions by Plaster, out Friday March 2 2018: