Blue Man Group - Soundset for MONTAGE and Motif
Demo video at the bottom of this page
Please note: Pack list is available at link to the right.
Blue Man Group has won both admiration and critical acclaim for their percussive live stage shows, performed almost entirely on instruments of their own design. Fashioned from white PVC piping of various dimensions, these instruments include The Big Drum, Tubulum, Drumulum, and their signature PVC, played by all three members of the troupe simultaneously. Yamaha has partnered with Blue Man Group to create a signature Synth Voice Library for MONTAGE and Motif synthesizers, allowing musicians, producers, and sound designers to harness all of these exclusive Blue Man Group PVC instrument sounds, plus the thunderous Piano Smasher. Users may integrate them into their own compositions, or emulate the distinctive Blue Man Group performance on their own.
Exclusive to Yamaha and unavailable elsewhere, the Blue Man Group Soundset is the first Synth Voice Library of its kind for the MONTAGE synthesizer, and takes full advantage of the MONTAGE Super Knob, delivering on-the-fly control over multiple sound parameters at once in multiple directions, depths, and degrees. MONTAGE is the latest flagship synthesizer from Yamaha, and is built around the Motion Control Synthesis Engine.
"A Living BMG MONTAGE" and "Mo Blue" compositions by Keith Hersch
Video and still footage of Blue Man Group is © 2016 BMP. Blue Man Group photo by Lindsey Best
Pack details for MONTAGE: 1 library/16 Performances
2 Two Handed PVC
3 Drumulum & Tubulum
4 Big Drums & Smasher
6 Motor Mouth
8 Bellular Tubes 1
9 Bellular Tubes 2
10 Holding Pattern
11 SlipNSlide Laser Tag
12 Spin Painting
13 Flotation Tank
14 Eye Contact
15 Binaural Trigger
36 waveforms (Data is compressed at > 2:1 = 120MB Linear Equivalent)
MONTAGE USERS UPDATE May 2017:
Great news! This now includes a LIVE SET and AUDITION demos for each Performance. Better still, you can update your library for FREE!
1. Log in to yamahamusicsoft.com
2. Navigate to “My Account”, then “My Library”
3. Find the pack (you can use the search function), and hit the download button, then replace the pack in your instrument