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Sample Logic unveils Cinematic Guitars Infinity

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We left the Sample Logic Cinematic Guitars at its second volume, the brand announces today the upcoming third volume and Infinity Edition.

Cinematic Guitars Infinity will compile the three volumes of Cinematic Guitars and will include hybrid synthesis, morphing and psychoacoustic sampling developed for the recently released Sample Logic Xosphere.

The collection will include over 2,000 sound sources, 1,000 “soundcores” presets and 750 instrument presets for use with the full version of Kontakt and the Free Kontakt Player.

But sound creations don’t end there, for with its sound shaping tools, including randomization, you’ll have millions of possibilities. Indeed, Cinematic Guitars Infinity gives you the ability to morph simultaneously up to 8 sound sources through 4 soundcores. A “3D Mixer” allows for morphing between these 4 soundcores and you can use Morph and Step Animators (a new tool introduced in  Arpology) as well as a dozen sound effects (reverb, delay, convolution, filters, distortion and more).

The GUI features animated controls, including XY sliders/pads to adjust the master and soundcores effect parameters.

 

 

Cinematic Guitars Infinity is available in pre-order for the special introductory price of $499.99 until June 8th, which is a $100 discount. If you already own Cinematic Guitars 1 and/or 2, Sample Logic offers an upgrade for $379.99 (if you own either one or the other collection) and $259.99 (if you own both volumes). Visit www.samplelogic.com for further details.

 

 

 

 

 

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