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Heavyocity AEON Collection

Multi-Instrument Sample Bank from Heavyocity belonging to the AEON series.

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Heavyocity announces the availability of AEON, a collection which features two instrument libraries for Kontakt, available separately or bundled.

The Heavyocity AEON collection features two Melodic and Rhythmic libraries, which include traditional, ethnic and orchestral instrument samples, as well as synths, arpeggios, effects, loops and one-shot sounds. You can use them to create lyrical phrases, melodies, bass lines, etc. from the custom interface within Kontakt 5 (works on both Player and complete version of the Native Instruments sampler)

AEON Melodic features 315 presets and more than 9800 samples. Specific functions include an arpeggiator, filter modulation controls with and LFO, proprietary Advanced Trigger FX feature which allows for changing effects in real time, EQ (including a 4-band Master EQ), mono/poly mode, Punish and Twist buttons that will add compression, saturation and distortion or modulation to the sound. Also included are 4 master effects (delay, modulation, drive and convolution) and you can work on three channels.

The main feature in AEON Rhythmic is a Loop Mutator that allows for remixing slices of more than 300 included loops, with step number, velocity, note duration, temp division controls, and more. You can also apply effects on three levels (global, trigger performance and individual). Master effects include distortion, reverb, delay and modulation and you'll find, just like in AEON Melodic, the Advanced Retrigger FX, Punish and Twist controls as well as the 4-band Master EQ, pan, volume and tuning adjustments.

AEON Melodic is available for $299, AEON Rhythmic for $199 and the AEON bundle retails for $399. Plus, if you already own a Heavyocity library or the Native Instruments Komplete Ultimate 8 or 9, you'll get an extra $50 discount until April 30th (enter the serial number on checkout). Full details about this new collection are available at www.heavyocity.com.

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