AudioThing TapeStation KONTAKT-KRock
What happens when a ’90s analog synth meets an ’80s tape recorder? We sampled a famous Analogue Bass Synth to tape using a new old stock cassette, and boxed it into a Kontakt Instrument. The original synth produced fat basses and sharp leads, but now the raw tape sounds and unstable pitch add perfect elements for "tron” like sounds. Each waveform (Sawtooth, Square, Pulse 5%) was sampled chromatically from C0 to C7 and each sample is more then 6 seconds long. In the custom Performance View a Saturation and Limiter Input Gain are added to the original synth’s parameters.
2 Oscillators (Saw, Square, Pulse 5%)
1 LFO (Random, Saw, Triangle) for Pitch and Cutoff
24 Factory Presets
24 User Presets (save function within the Kontakt GUI)
255 Samples (44.1Khz / 24Bit)
AudioThing Pong Glockenspiel v1.0 KONTAKT-KRock
Why use sticks when you can use ping pong balls?
Pong Glockenspiel is a Kontakt Instrument made by recording a toy glockenspiel played with ping pong balls. Two velocity layers (hard and soft) are cross faded to have a smooth transition while the 3 round robin (repetitions samples) avoid the "machine gun” effect of sampled instruments. There are also included two ambient instruments, two synth pad instruments and two slowed down instruments crafted using the original samples.
8 Kontakt Instruments (.nki)
3 Round Robin
2 Velocity Layer (cross faded)
110 Samples (44.1kHz / 24Bit)
Formats: Kontakt and WAV
Bonus: pad, ambience and slow instruments
AudioThing SoundScapes Vol.1 KONTAKT-KRock
Soundscapes, textures and ambiences ready to use as Kontakt instruments or WAV loops. These sounds are divided in two main categories: concrete and gear. The raw concrete samples were recorded in different places across Europe (Paris, Dublin, London and Naples) using studio or handy equipment. The raw gear samples were recorded from hardware synthesizers like a Custom Eurorack Modular Synth, guitar pedals and noisy toys like the Thingamagoop 2. Everything was then processed and boxed inside a Kontakt instrument with a custom performance view. The pitch bend is assigned to a ±24 pitch transpose, good for glitch effects. All samples are perfect loops, so if you don’t have Kontakt you can load them directly.
30 Kontakt Instruments (.nki)
10 Kontakt Multis (.nkm)
31 Samples (48kHz / 24Bit)
Formats: Kontakt and WAV (loops)
Sample sets derived from:
water/boiling, escalator, fans, fridge, rain, sand, violin, voices, mixed synths and effects.
CL-Projects Hypernova KONTAKT
is the new 'Top of the line' Kontakt synthesizer from CL-Projects. Based on a well known polyphonic synthesizer from the late 90's that was capable of emulating Minimoog, Jupiter 8, Juno 106 and ARP 2600 sounds. The Hypernova Kontakt synth is no different. It can also emulate classic synthesizer sounds, making use of sampling technology instead of the virtual analog and substractive technology the original synth used. Hypernova is a 3 oscillator synthesizer which uses 50 different sound sets per oscillator. The sounds were sampled without the filter, LFO and effects settings. All the sounds were recreated with the Kontakt's filters, LFO's and effects. Hypernova is therefore an ideal tool for sound designers and musicians who want to make their own sounds.
THE CONTROLS PAGE
contains the parameters to completely alter and edit the sound. The Hypernova synthesizer has a 3 oscillator architecture. All the parameters on the controls page are available for the 3 oscillators seperately. Four different waveforms can be selected for each oscillator: square, saw, noise and special. The special waveform is a choice between 50 different waveforms, selectable via a menu. Each oscillator has level, pan, tuning and modulation parameters. The global section contains the parameters that affects all three oscillators at once. On the the top left are the poly, solo, legato and offset settings with the possibility to change the note order in which the notes are played when set to solo, legato or offset: last, next, low and high. On the top right you can find the Portamento and Unisono parameters. The filter section contains 5 different filters of which 4 are ladder filters known for their Moog like character and the fifth filter is the well known Pro53 filter. Each filter has its own frequency and resonance setting, also accompanied with their modulation settings for velocity, modwheel, pressure and key track. The envelopes section contains three different envelopes for amp, filter and pitch each with their own presets. Last but not least there is a very extensive LFO section. Each oscillator has an LFO for pitch, filter, level and pan with a choice between four different waveforms: square, saw, tri (triangle) and s/h (sample and hold).
THE EFFECTS PAGE
contains 7 different effects. A convolution reverb with a choice between 7 different spaces: chamber, room, hall, church, plate, spring and gate. Other effects are delay, chorus, flanger, phaser, distortion and a 3-band equalizer, each with their own effect presets.
THE ARP & MODS PAGE
exists out of a 64 step arpeggiator with a random arp generator. Beneath the arpeggiator there's a small mod section where you can change the bend range, the pitch LFO and level LFO sensitivity for the modwheel and pressure for the three oscillators.
This includes Pulsar Project from SubsonicArtz
Pulsar Project consists of more than 100 new free patches (instruments and multis).
The full version of HYPERNOVA is required to run this add-on.
Samples From Mars Analog Tape Synths ABLETON LOGIC EXS KONTAKT
Not many people multi-sample synths to tape - it's time consuming and can leave a pretty big dent in your wallet. In fact, each synth patch we recorded took up about 1,250 ft of tape! (around 10 - 15 minutes). But the results sound absolutely incredible! Who cares about time and money when you have sweet, sweet analog synths recorded to a classic reel to reel machine? These patches are truly special. Warm, fat, gritty and pretty. Enjoy :)
What You Get:
10 soft synth instruments created by multi-sampling analog synthesizers to a 1/4" mastering reel to reel
Sounds range from saturated sub bass to epic 80s poly synths, sync leads and dirty FX
Featuring: Roland MKS-7, Oberheim SEM, Moog Micromoog, and Novation Bass Station
Ready for Ableton 9, Kontakt 5 and Logic
24bit WAV Files for any sampler / DAW
Fluffy Audio AURORA v1.2 UPDATE KONTAKT
Aurorror features the same modulation engine of Aurora, but contains ghostly sounds, atonal soundscapes, thrilling atmospheres and other scary sounds. It allows the user to experiment modulation on different parameters, for example, to automate the cutoff of a filter with a step modulator to simulate a vibrato.
850 MB Sample library (compressed in Kontakt’s NCW Format)
630 Samples (44Khz/24Bit)
25+ NKI Presets
More than 25 unique sound sources (multisampled instruments)
Build your unique patches by layering up to 3 layers of sound sources
Total control over the sound sources
Arpeggiator and Polystep modes
13 different modulators avaiable for complex sounds that can change at specific time intervals or on user’s input.
Synced Delay, Step Modulator and LFOs
5 different modulation shapes for LFOs (SINE, SAWTOOTH, TRIANGLE, SQUARE and RANDOM)
Unique chain of custom effects
18 unique Convolution IRs
Please keep just the "Samples" folder and replace all the existing content (instrument folders, resource files, init file) with the content of the 1.2 update.
In order for everything to work correctly, the AURORROR content should be extracted inside the AURORA folder, so the content of AURORROR and AURORA will integrate. When extracting the AURORROR Samples.rar you'll be asked to overwrite the samples: just select ignore and "apply to all".
In the end the structure of the file folder should be:
[folder] AURORA 1.2 Instruments
[folder] AURORROR Instruments
Scoring Textures Resources.nkc
Scoring Textures Resources.nkr
AURORA - Init.1.2.nki
AURORROR - init.nki
Puremagnetik Phazeform Vol.1 for Live 7 DYNAMiCS
The mothership of Casio synthesis, the CZ-1 was a remarkable piece of technology in its day, emulated by other leading synthesizer manufacturers. Casio's CZ line of Phase Distortion synthesizers are incredibly unique devices that used digital synthesis without a filter as opposed to traditional analog subtractive synthesis with a filter. The CZ line used phase distortion to somewhat simulate an analog filter, it had in total eight different waveforms: as well as the standard sawtooth, square, and pulse waveforms, it had a special double sine waveform, a half-sine waveform, and three waveforms with simulated filter resonance: resonant sawtooth, triangle, and trapezoidal waveforms.
The VL-Tone hybrid calculator/synthesizer, has a warm place in the hearts of many with its simple electronic sounds, factory rhythms and built-in speaker. Despite having few synthesis options the VL-Tone has a single note sequencer (fun!), an LFO and ADSR generator. Nevertheless the VL-Tone is a unique little creature that has found its way onto many famous recordings.
Complete palette of famous Phase Distortion sounds
Multi-sampled CZ library with advanced DAW integration
A collection of expertly programmed clips
Sound set of percussion menus
Custom Kontakt KSP GUI and native Kontakt effects