Realivox Blue – solo female vocalist sampled into Kontakt

June 1, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Realitone has released Realivox Blue. Realivox Blue is a solo female vocalist sampled into Kontakt, and features a word/phrase builder which allows the user to type in their own words. Over 12,000 samples are used to make the wordbuilder work.

True sampled legato is employed, for smooth transitions in legato phrases. Legato can be either monophonic or polyphonic.

Also featured is the ability to double or triple the voices, useful for either creating an ensemble, or to simply thicken a lead voice. Combined with the polyphonic legato feature, Realivox Blue can emulate small choirs in a single instance.

Optionally available in Kontakt Player format.

Price: $149. Introductory price is $99.95 for users who own the full version of Kontakt, or $114.95 for users preferring the Kontakt Player version.

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Signal Return – performable Kontakt instrument

May 31, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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echo|collective has announced Signal Return, a performable Kontakt instrument and soundset designed to create a wide variety of interesting and textured sounds.

All of the source material comes from recordings of various devices feeding back into themselves either electrically or acoustically. No software based speaker emulators or distortions were used in the creation of these sounds.

We covered all of the classic forms of feedback including an SM58 through a PA, an electric guitar through a tube amped miked with an SM57 and a Royer 121, a set of Sony headphones feeding into themselves, and a pair of Uniden walkie talkies with both mics open too close to one another.

We also did a series of line level loops with devices like a sansamp bass driver DI, a Danelectro Honeytone amp, and a Roland Cube amp. The line level loops were also run through guitar pedals and pitch/delay plugins to further bend and distort the looped signals.

Signal Return features

  • 24 bit 96k metadata tagged wav files.
  • Soundminer embedded spectrograms created with iZotope RX3.
  • 250+ unique recordings.
  • 4.8 total Gb of sounds.
  • 22 Kontakt fully programmed unlocked .nki files.
  • .nki files require full version of NI Kontakt 5.0 or higher.

The library is available for purchase for $20 USD.

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Shruti Box – new Kontakt instrument library featuring traditional drones and a shruti-sizer.

May 29, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Cinematique Instruments has announced Shruti Box, a Kontakt instrument library featuring traditional drones and a shruti-sizer.

The Shruti Box is a traditional Indian instrument which works on a system of bellows. It is a keyless version of the harmonium, which was invented for the specifc purpose of producing drone sounds. On the front it has 12 valves to control the pitch. The instrument is generally used to accompany other instruments in rehearsal sessions or concerts of classical Indian music. But the shruti box is enjoying a renaissance in the West amongst traditional and contemporary musicians who are using it for a range of different styles.

We carefully sampled the individual notes, even the noises which are produced by the bellow and paid special attention to capture the unique character of a Shruti Box which can described as rough and vibrant. Traditionally the Shruti Box has a range of 13 notes which we expanded up to 3 full octaves. In order to get a realistic Shruti sound and enrich the sound with vividness we provided two kinds of pump action which can be switched on separately. We also added distortion, chorus and a rotary simulation to shape the sound as well as a special sustain mode which will play an endless drone. All these features are giving the Shruti Box nice options to shape the sound.

But that’s not all! We thought how could we push the Shruti Box forward to much more versatility? And that’s why invented the Shruti-Sizer:
If you turn around the Shruti Box you are getting to a complete different interface which has nothing to do with the traditionally Shruti Box. It reminds you to an old synthesizer look with knobs, symbols and an oscilloscope. It is a complex LFO modulation section. You can modulate several parameter by four different wave forms with a variable speed. It puts the Shruti Box to another level and lets you create individual pad sounds an even constantly evolving rhythmic textures.

The result of it all is a unique instrument and a perfect supplement to the Cinematique Instruments family.

The library is available for purchase for 28 EUR. Requires Kontakt 4.22 or higher, full version.

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ARPOLOGY: Overview

May 28, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

All sounds are 100% Arpology!

The Next Step In Music

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Arpology, recently announced by Sonic Faction, is available for download today. A virtual instrument for Native Instruments’ Kontakt, Arpology is dedicated to arpeggiated/sequenced instruments.

The core of Arpology has been designed around Sample Logic’s Step Animator – a step sequencer and arpeggiator, combined into a single engine for animating complex melodic and rhythmic patterns on a per-step basis.

The first video, above, takes an in-depth look at Arpology’s features and how they can be used.

Darker Digital – Kickboxer

May 19, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Darker Digital has released Kickboxer for Kontakt 5.

Kickboxer is designed around the sound of analog 808 drum machines processed with high end outboard gear – designed to deliver punchy transients and analog overtones.

On top of an analog 808 kit, Kickboxer includes many other analog drum and digital synth bass sounds. Kickboxer’s internal step sequencer features a piano roll for basslines, a gated reverb and other sequenced effects.

The GUI also includes controls for transistor and tube distortion, tape saturation, a ladder filter, a convolution reverb and a bus compressor.

Price: $99. There is a $69 introductory offer until June 19th, 2014, at the Darker Digital online store.

Digital Revolution – new virtual drum machine instrument for Kontakt Player

May 10, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Wave Alchemy has announced the release of Digital Revolution, a virtual drum machine instrument for Kontakt Player which is inspired by the classic digital drum machines of the 1980’s.

Imagine having instant access to the world’s most sought-after retro drum machines in a single virtual instrument plugin, being able to mix and match drum machines, creatively process and sequence sounds in a unique, easy-to-use virtual environment.

Digital Revolution faithfully captures the sound of 9 digital (and 3 analogue) drum machines spanning from 1980 to 1989, including all sample variations and parameters of the original drum machines; tune/pitch, decay and various other settings.

12 iconic drum machines, 15,000+ samples, custom interface and sequencer, real-time tone-shaping and much more.

Price: £84.95. Full version of Kontakt is NOT required.

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Statique – free glitch & cuts rhythm generator for Kontakt

April 29, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Audiomodern has announced the release of Statique, a free glitch & cuts rhythm generator for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Statique is a sequencer based pattern generator which is best suited to give your music production a contemporary percussive fundament.

You can easily create groovy electronic patterns or add-on loops built out of bits, cuts, glitches and blips!

Statique is a free download at Audiomodern (email registration required).

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Synbotik – A library of DK Synergy sounds for Ableton Live, Kontakt and Logic

April 16, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Puremagnetik has released Synbotik – A library of DK Synergy sounds for Ableton Live, Kontakt and Logic.

Synbotik brings the famous old-school, early digital flavor of the DK Synergy into this decade. With only an estimated 100 units still functioning in the world, this is a rare piece of synthesizer history that has now been reprogrammed for Ableton Live, Kontakt and Logic. It even includes the legendary program cartridges inspired by Wendy Carlos.

Synbotik Features

• Raw “cartridge” programs based on the original Synergy sounds.
• Expertly crafted Ableton Live Racks with easy edit Macros.
• A selection of Ableton “Push Ready” Racked presets for sound design inspiration.
• A custom Kontakt KSP GUI that puts the original instrument’s functionality at your fingertips.
• Raw “cartridge” waveforms and “multi” programs for Apple Logic’s EXS sampler.

System Requirements

• Requires Ableton Live 9.1 and higher, Logic 10 and higher, or Kontakt 5 and higher
• 700 Megabytes (MB) of free hard disk space

Synbotik is available for USD $15 athttp://tmblr.co/ZChkUy1Cet1Yy

For more information, visit http://www.puremagnetik.com

J4 Synthesizer for Kontakt 5.2.1 – Jupiter 4 emulation

April 8, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Inspired by a legendary 4 voice Japanese analogue synth of the late 70s.
All sounds in this video made with the J4.

Purchase at www.synthmagic.co.uk or www.tronsonic.com

Full version of Native Instruments Kontakt 5.2.1 or later required.

Features:

  • 2  sets of samples  – one  recorded ‘DI’, with a NEVE* style pre-amp/eq and boutique valve mixer at 48khz/24 bit. The second set uses the same method as well as being recorded to brand new ‘old-stock’ tape at 15ips on a Studer* A807 quarter inch reel-to-reel recorder.
  • Over 330 patches
  • Single oscillator analogue style synth with 6 waveforms, sub square wave and noise generator.
  • Syncable 16 step sequencer system with Filter, Resonance, Velocity and Chord sequencer
  • Syncable Arpeggiator
  • Syncable main LFO and VCF S/H LFO
  • Overdrive function via relationship between ‘Volume’ and ‘Level’ controls.
  • Sub LFO
  • Dual Polarity Keytrack
  • Unison, Portamento and Mono mode
  • 4 Voice or Full Polyphony
  • Pitch Bend and Mod Wheel routing system
  • Delay, high quality ‘Mixbus’ Compressor, ‘Tape Compressor’, Ensemble and choice of 3 Reverbs.

Pricing and Availability:
£19.99 limited offer until May 1st (normally £29.99)

Psychodrumma mk II – Chaos management workstation for Kontakt

March 26, 2014 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

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Fairly Confusing Waveforms has launched Psychodrumma mk II, an updated version of the “chaos management workstation” instrument for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Psychodrumma mark II is reworked and expanded version of Psychodrumma, fantasy, neo-retro drum machine/music generator for Kontakt 4 sampler. It can act as a drum machine and generate random rhythmic, ambient or melody patterns.

It is based on matrix of nine synchronized step sequencers, and a meta-sequecer. Most of settings can be programmed automatically by randomizers, creating strange machine music. It has plenty of knobs and a lot of flashing lights.

Changes in Psychodrumma mk II

  • Algorithmic mode, makes it possible to playback or loop sequences of random events.
  • Music box, tunes melodic samples to defined pattern, to create melody sequences.
  • Reworked and expanded sound banks, including third tonal bank to use for generating melodies.
  • Saving and loading presets, presets can then be sequenced in meta-sequencer, to create tracks inside the machine, preset-set can be then saved to file.
  • Automated effects rack.

Psychodrumma mk II is available with the purchase of The Sounds of SzcZ, vol​.​2, Psychodrumma, available from Bandcamp (name your price).

More info here >>

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