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Format: KONTAKT, WAV
Quality: 16 bit Frequency 44.1 kHz Stereo channels
Description: Synthetic Instruments (SI-KTK) is a sample library that contains 43 different waveforms and over 250 individual synthesizers. SI-KTK will run in Kontakt version 1.2 Completely finished and unfiltered audio spectra have been programmed and sampled using Analogue Systems 5-VCO modular and Waldorf Microwave XT. The instruments were recorded as a combination of audio data with parameter and filter tweaking – in Kontakt. Key velocity, pressure and modulation wheel have been designed for better sound reproduction. Amp and filter ENV parameters controlled by key velocity enhance the quality of the instruments played. VCO patches.
Synthetic Instruments (SI-KTK) is a CD-ROM library with 43 waveform sets and more then 250 individual synthesizer instruments. SI-KTK will work in Kontakt version 1.2 and up. SI-KTK’s instruments are true subtractive synthesizer programs, taking advantage of Kontakt’s synthesizer engine, filters and modulation capabilities. Carefully prepared and unfiltered audio spectrums has been programmed and sampled, using an Analogue Systems 5-VCO modular and a Waldorf Microwave XT. The instruments were made by combining the audio data with parameter and filter tweaking – inside Kontakt.
To form the instrument sounds and characteristics, Kontakt’s filters, modulation routings are extensively utilized. Key velocity, pressure and modulation wheel are programmed for huge articulations. Amp and filter ENV parameters, controlled by key velocity, increases the sense of physical instrument behavior and feel ..
The instruments are named by their sample set labels plus an indication of their styles – Bass, kbd, ld and pad. A wide mix of warm analogue style and ice cold digital modes. Evolving sounds, oscillator syncs, deep spacious pads, synth basses, detuned VCO patches with extreme saturation. But also chord friendly, thin and discreet instruments, suitable for piano style playing.
– True subtractive synthesis
– More than 250 patches
– 43 sample sets
– Huge articulations and instrument feel
– VCO audio data from Analogue Systems modular synthesizer
– Digital mode audio from Waldorf’s Microwave II series
– Sound shaping utilizing Kontakt’s synthesizer engine & filters
– Audio, carefully looped in natural sound cycles
– Evolving and static unfiltered spectrums