Zero-G Epica, new massive library for Kontakt
Zero-G adds Epica, a new synth library for Kontakt, now available with a special introductory price.
Epica features 600 patches with leads, pads, basses sequences and effects in 24-bit / 44.1kHz for use in Kontakt 5 or the free Kontakt Player 5, with a custom GUI that offers sound-shaping capabilities.
The sounds included in Epica come from recordings of various analog and digital synths, including the Arp Odyssey MK3, Sequential Circuits Pro-1, Yamaha CS-30, Oberheim, Virus Ti, DX9 and Roland D-50.
The instruments were processed using Eventide H8000FW, UBK Fatso, Neve 1073 preamp, Lexicon PCM96 and various pedals. All the gear comes from Sam Spacey’s personal collection, who also produced the library.
Epica is available for the introductory price of $119.99 instead of $149.99 until November 30th. You can listen to audio demos and download the manual at www.zero-g.co.uk.
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