It already did wonders on my Analog synth tracks for the Deus Ex Mankind Divided soundtrack! The interface is deep but also quick and intuitive. It helped me to develop fresh ideas in a quick, creative and intuitive way. Here, all three will rise to the end of the cycle, and that cycle length can also be edited. From the random flutters and the cluster swells to the ambient pads, there is inspiration around every corner. Working like a step sequencer, the Macro Sequencer allows you to create rhythmic shapes or sequences that affect the position of the Macro Control knob over time. The basic bones of it, the actual samples recorded, are ripe with compelling motion, but then the ability to utterly mangle them from there forward is truly powerful.
When you dial up one of the instrument patches, it comes with a set of pre-loaded core articulations that can be triggered via keyswitching. I normally shy away from loop-based orchestral samples but I believe composers will find these instruments both inspirational and extremely versatile. Please also see the and the. Likewise the loops have that Heavyocity cool thing going on, but there is plenty of room for manipulation. A very nice addition to the previous library Evolve.
The programming is top notch and inspires new directions… This is an amazing, really fun tool that I highly recommend. Known for their superior , Heavyocity took these traditional samples and put them through their infamous processing chain to create what they call a visceral hybrid orchestra, filled with a sonic energy unparalleled amongst other orchestral brass virtual instruments. These drums are so modern and punchy, oozing with analog mojo that so many sample libraries seem to be missing. The presets are heavily influenced by the onboard reverbs, and the space-specific amplitude envelopes on the Percussive Kits are a very welcome feature. Where did you guys come from? Its fluidity to write drums is amazing and the structure is well-planned out. Though you can spend hours browsing through these great sounding presets, the real fun starts when you begin to design your very own sounds.
To change the root note of your loops, you simply trigger the corresponding keyswitch at the lower end of your keyboard C-1 — B0. I am excited to work more with it. The design of these sounds are unique and compelling. I sat down, pressed a key, and started laughing out loud. As the name macro implies, the Macro Control serves as a nodal point to which you can assign an almost infinite number of parameters. The latter puts itself forward for creating fully controllable, custom-made brass swells and crescendos.
A very hard dirty industrial creepy notch! There are 60 kits in total, some with round-robin implementation, some single-shot and some multilayered. So a treat to use — classy looks with ultra intuitive controls. Natural Forces can provide multiple uses for musical ideas or sound-designing projects. All Rise The Pads section is the most musical, and those descriptions really do nail it. Qualifying purchase amount must be on one receipt. With their stately sound, the french horns can carry both soaring melodies and emotional chordal passages alike and transform into raspy trailer-style beasts in their higher dynamics.
The pre-designed sounds patches for both the Brass Designer and Brass Loop Designer are absolutely well-crafted and useful for spicing up any orchestral tool with a modern edge. Furthermore, apart from missing any slur transition sounds, you can very well use the great sounding sustain or portato patches to perform convincing melody lines. Heavyocity continues to blow me away with their amazing and infinitely adaptable sounds. The basic bones of it, the actual samples recorded, are ripe with compelling motion, but then the ability to utterly mangle them from there forward is truly powerful. The sounds and flexibility are amazing! There is a true, real, usable, and to my mind the finest digital emulation of a step sequencer in these libraries! This may be the beginning of a new concept of great virtual instruments! An all around a must have! The impacts are earth shattering, the pads are both beautifully haunting and utterly twisted at the same time, and the risers are simply massive.
Simply put — instantly usable sounds in an infinitely customizable interface, deeply and expertly programmed. Chain them together for maximum effect over time. Tweaking sounds within the elegantly designed Kontakt interface is fast and pushes the envelope in creative, musical ways. Thanks for nailing it again, Heavyocity. But Heavyocity has gone five steps further in their programming. A really nice addition to the tonal palette are the soft ppp sustains, that come with their own set of inner dynamics, enabling you to perform controllable quiet passages using their full dynamic range. But Heavyocity has gone five steps further in their programming.
The Loop Designer is also a great way to spark inspiration in a pinch, the possibilities are endless! I love the clean tone of the instrument and having so many choices to distort, mangle and overall punish the original sound. It has super flexible controls and allows the quick creation of patterns with amazing sounds. The Hybrid kits folder also includes separate hits and tails patches, and a mod wheel patch that blends between the two. Everything from the pads to the stings and hits are so easily tweak-able to make my own. Regular account terms apply to non-promo purchases and, after promo ends, to promo balance.
As someone who heavily lives in electronic scoring, Synthetic Strings is a great tool for those who may not have the time to experiment with analogue synths. The step sequencer offers a lot of adjustment options including the rate, sequence length, smoothness between steps and the range in which the Macro Control operates. The sounds are really well done, very creative and very useful. You can freely pan, mute and combine the different positions in order to shape the sound of the brass section exactly to your liking. These drums are so modern and punchy, oozing with analog mojo that so many sample libraries seem to be missing. Here you can animate the volume, starting point and pan position of each of the three sound layers individually. Thank you Heavyocity for the good work.