Zero-G Sax Supreme
Zero-G recently introduced their latest sample library, Sax Supreme.
Recorded in an anechoic chamber and programmed as a Kontakt Instrument with a custom graphic interface, Sax Supreme is a vintage soprano saxophone.
Seven velocity layers and four round robin samples per note are included and legato and modulation scripting are included.
Zero-G have also incorporated controls that can add the actual mechanical noise of the saxophone keys in the same way as they sound in a real sax, according to Zero-G, plus there is also a choice of ten different convolution reverbs.
- 1.6Gb of sounds
- 1200 WAV files in total
- Kontakt 4 & 5 Instruments with custom Graphic Interface
Pricing & Availability:
RRP: £60.95 / €74.95
Available now as a DVD or exclusively as a download from Time+Space.
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