Native Instruments brings Cuba to Kontakt
Native Instruments debuts a new Discovery Series for Kontakt 5 with Cuba, a percussion and melodic instruments for afro-cuban music.
Cuba features 17 percussive and melodic instruments for salsa, rumba and more. You'll find in the 2.88Go library 11970 samples of congas, bongos, cajón, maracas, two concert and straight pianos, trumpets, an electric bass, a double bass and more. Ready to play grooves and patterns are also included.
Cuba features a sequencer with Groove, Feel and Intensity buttons that will help you adjust timing, humanization factor and overall velocity, and an effect section includes a convolution reverb, tape saturation, compressor and the Solid EQ.
Cuba can be used in Kontakt 5 and the Kontakt Player 5. It is available for 99€ / $99. Native Instruments adds that the library is SSE2-optimized on Windows and if you use Mac OS X, you can not download it to a FAT32 hard disk format (Mac OS extended is possible).
More info at www.native-instruments.com.
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