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Soundiron has announced the release of an update for Rust 2, a metallic percussion sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

 
For Rust 2 version 2.0 Soundiron said they went through the previous presets, tweaked key-mapping, zone mapping, fading and balance to improve the previous incarnation of this library.
 
In the company’s own words:
“Now each preset offers realtime control over every aspect of the sound, allowing you to shape note Attack and sample Offset to create gentle, ghostly pad-like sounds from even the harshest impacts. The Release control let’s you tighten the sound into a sharp staccato click or ping in one moment, or a long ringing sustain the next. Tuning is easy, with the Stepping and main Tune parameters. All of our most recent technological advances are included. Our powerful Uberpeggiator allows complex, adaptive arpeggiations and you’ll find tempo-syncing resonant filter and volume LFOs build into nearly every preset. We’ve also included a parametric EQ and convolution reverb with over 50 room and FX impulses to choose from instantly.”
 

They’ve also included their Mega Mixer master preset, which lets you choose from various percussive elements in the library, load 10 of them dynamically, each with custom key-range, tuning and mapping to create your own ensembles, drum kits and tuned percussion orchestras. Finally, the Tuned Selector Ensemble presets give you access to sub-categorized collections of solo tuned percussion elements, with browsing and automatable instrument selection.

Pricing & Availability:

Rust 2 is available to purchase for $59 USD through December 12th, 2012 (regular $69 USD). The update is free for current owners of Rust 2.

 

More information: Soundiron

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