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Native Instruments today introduced Evolve Mutations 2, a new Kontakt Player-based instrument for movie, TV and game composers.

Developed in collaboration with sound design house Heavyocity and powered by the Kontakt engine, Evolve Mutations 2 includes an arsenal of “expressive instruments, rhythms and ambiences that can add profound depth and impact to any dramatic piece of music, ” according to NI.

The collection contains over 300 new sounds based on 2 GBytes of samples. The material is organized into four categories that provide the crucial elements for powerful scores: “Rhythmic Suites” include stirring percussive and tonal loops complete with individual slices and keymapping; “Percussive Kits” allow the creation of original percussive beds; “Stings & Transitions” support a composition with striking and suspenseful transitional elements; “Tonality & FX” provide a range of expressive, evocative instruments and pads.

Evolve Mutations 2 also introduces the new “Trigger FX” feature, a sound processing section that takes advantage of Kontakt’s effects capabilities. With “Trigger FX”, the keys within a certain octave on the keyboard activate different specific sound treatments including saturation, panning, delay effects and more, which can be intuitively layered and combined to create spectacular special effects and transformations on the fly.

Pricing & Availability
The product is available for download purchase in the NI Online Shop for $119 / 99 EUR. A DVD bundle that combines both Evolve Mutations products is also available for $169 / 149 EUR.

Additional information on Evolve Mutations 2 is available at www.native-instruments.com/evolvemutations2.info.
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