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Native Instruments releases ABSYNTH TWILIGHTS


Berlin, August 4th, 2008 - Native Instruments today released ABSYNTH
TWILIGHTS, the latest entry in the series of KORE SOUNDPACK libraries.
Designed for film and game scoring as well as for various
electronic music styles, the new collection offers 200 pads and
soundscapes based on the acclaimed ABSYNTH synthesizer. Originally
created by Camel Audio / Biomechanoid, all sounds in ABSYNTH TWILIGHTS
take full advantage of the sound shaping and preset browsing
features in KORE 2 and the free KORE PLAYER.

With its flexible oscillator and effects architecture, and its
signature advanced multi-stage envelopes, the semi-modular ABSYNTH
synthesizer is universally recognized as one of the foremost instruments
for ambient textures. ABSYNTH TWILIGHTS fully explores the capabilities
of the ABSYNTH 4 engine integrated in KORE 2 and KORE PLAYER, providing
an inspiring arsenal of unique atmospheric sounds that range from
evolving, ethereal pads to dark, foreboding soundscapes.

Originally released within the "Biolabs ABSYNTH Sounds Vol. 1-6" series
from Camel Audio, every sound in ABSYNTH TWILIGHTS is further enhanced
with consistent controller assignments and eight morphing-capable Sound
Variations for KORE 2 and the free KORE PLAYER. Full meta data for the
Sound Browser in KORE also allows producers to locate sounds based on
intuitive musical attributes, making it especially easy to integrate
ABSYNTH TWILIGHTS into a professional music production workflow.

ABSYNTH TWILIGHTS is available for download purchase in the NI Online
Shop for a suggested retail price of $59 / 49 EUR.

More information on ABSYNTH TWILIGHTS including audio demos can be found here.
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