Pre-order the Sample Logic Morphestra Generations
Sample Logic introduces an evolution of the Morphestra orchestral sound library, that can be pre-order during three days at a special price.
Created in partnership with the Kirk Hunter Studios, Morphestra Generations is a 16GB sound library that features more than 1600 morphed instruments and multis created from orchestral recordings, for use in Kontakt. The library is intended for films, TV and video game music creation.
The 24-bit / 44.1kHz samples cover a wide variety of diverse instruments, with strings, winds, percussive ensembles, one-shot impacts, instrumental and percussive sequences (loops), keys, atmospheres, and more.
Some impact loops are arpeggiated, with tempo-sync ability, and the GUI allows for controlling a large amount of settings, including a sequencer for effect automations, 48 "Triggers" effect chains, an Arpeggigater (a sequencer-based gate), an LFO section for wobbles, an additive synthesis engine, a pitch sequencer and macros to sequence the instrument parameters.
Note that the library requires Kontakt 5.2 and later and that the 64-bit native is supported.
Morphestra Generation will be released on October 14th, but you can pre-order it now and get a $150 discount ($449.99 instead of $599.99).
Users of the original Morphestra library can get an upgrade for the special price of $49 is their preorder this week-end, and $99 starting October 15th. Note that this new version includes the sounds and multis of the v1.
You can listen to audio demos at www.samplelogic.com.
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