A new cinematic library at Native Instruments’
Native Instruments introduces Rise & Hit, an orchestral sound library for Kontakt dedicated to sound rises, just like in the movies…
Rise & Hit features 8Go of samples and 250 instruments for Kontakt. Native Instrument called Uli Baronowsky from Galaxy Instruments and together they recorded 66 orchestral musicians. You’ll find in Rise & Hit full string and wind sections (1st and 2ns violins, violas, cellos, double basses, flutes, oboes, bassoons, french horns, trumpets, trombones…) as well as a 70-singer choir, a smaller choir and breath effects, various percussive ensembles (toms, tams tams, snares, etc.), a piano, an electric guitar, cymbals and effects.
You can combine in Kontakt up to 4 layers of sounds and add compressor, saturation, EQ, filters, delays, reverbs and more.
All the layer parameters can be automated via the built-in modulation engine.
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