Heavyocity releases Gravity for Kontakt
Heavyocity is right on time to finally unveil their new scoring sample and effect library for Kontakt. Meet Gravity.
Gravity for Kontakt 5 is described as a new scoring library for films, video games, sound design and more. The 12 GB sound collection (9.2 GB in NI lossless compressed format) has been designed by a team of composers and sound designers and features thousands of sounds and features that give you the ability to create evolutive sounds.
You’ll find a Motion feature that allows for customizing the volume, pan and pitch modulation control and create rhythmic pulse motifs, stutter or glitch effects, swells and more. You can also create complex sequences thanks to the Pattern Chainer and Volume Modulator functions.
If you want to create Hits and Risers, Heavyocity has included Designers, which are tools with which you can generate subs, impacts, whooshes, tails, and risers with the ability to stack and combine each sound element.
Gravity also offers pads presets, some of them in multitrack (3 channels) with up to 6 snapshots, as well as 400 Stings and multiple controls for all these sounds.
- 2200+ Sound Sources
- 815+ Snapshots
- 325+ Motion Presets (NKA’s)
- 780+ Pads
- 390+ Stings
- 19 Riser Menus
- 9 Hit Menus
- Two new “Designers” for Hits and Risers
- Motion page for advanced volume, pitch, and pan pattern creation
- Playable Trigger FX™ for real-time control
Gravity is powered by Kontakt 5.4 and later. The library is available now for $449 but until June 23rd, you can get a $80 discount if you already own a Heavyocity product or the Native Instruments Komplete Ultimate bundle. More info at www.heavyocity.com.
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