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Techno / House / Trance Sample from Fixed Noise .

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Fixed Noise has announced the release of Rhythm Objekt, a new Kontakt Player-powered sample library that is described as "a unique blend of sultry electro and urban in a 4 GB sound library package".

All of the sound design was created by NYC/Detroit artist Jimmy Edgar.

Rhythm ObjektFixed Noise says that these sounds are ideal for "producers looking to add electronic flavor to their tracks and electronic artists who believe computers have a soul. Rhythm Objekt is flexible and includes a plethora of drum kits, synths, organs, loops and spectral lust".

Each instrument comes with alterable effects specifically chosen for the instrument and envelope modifiers.

Instrument Categories:
  • Chords: What would Electro-R&B be without some minor chords? Chords of all kinds are featured in these instruments. Drum Kits - Individual hits of drums kits that are traditional and non-traditional electro, R&B and Urban.
  • Experimental: The stranger, although still very useful, side of the library. These instruments feature everything from moans to scripted-random sequences.
  • Loops: Get the style down quickly with these loop instruments.
  • Melodic: The single note instruments. Bass and pads are also included in this category.

Pricing & Availability
Rhythm Objekt comes with Native Instruments' Kontakt Player 3, so no additional purchase is necessary and thus is available for Windows (incl. x64) and Mac OS X in stand-alone and VST, AU and RTAS instrument plug-in formats.

The retail price is $199.99.
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