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Rhythmic Robot & Q Up Arts introduce Voices of Native America volumes I & II, two Native American-inspired banks for Kontakt.

The two volumes cover slightly different bases: Volume 1 includes a large range of traditional woodwind and flutes, percussion, drum, and vocal phrases both spoken and sung, with the instrumental patches largely arranged as playable instruments (though with a lot of trills, articulations etc). As for Volume 2, it takes a more construction-kit approach, with BPM-specific loops and segments, performance phrases from the pitched instruments, and lots of sung vocals (including some haunting female vocals). This enables you to play your own melodies with the instruments from Vol 1 but to expand them and add authentic performance detail with the phrases from Vol 2.

As with all of the Q Up Arts instruments offered by Rhythmic Robot, these ones needs Kontakt 5.5 or above. Introductory price for each of the two volumes is £45 (plus VAT) instead of £60. More details and information (plus audio demos) can be found at the Q Up Arts section at Rhythmic Robot’s website.

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