Flintpope has launched a new sound library. Atmos offers a collection of ambiences for Native Instruments Reaktor 6.
Take 36 new Flintpope ambiences, rack them up in a Reaktor sampler with 17 controllable parameters. Then double them up to play against each other in a set of 1296 possible combinations.
Then treat them with 8 master effects. Then you have Flintpope ATMOS for Reaktor 6.
- 17 controllable parameters: Each rack features: Volume, Pitch, Warp (a vinyl effect), Frequency Shift, Rand(om selection of sample playback with every key-press), Sample Selector, Start(point of sample playback), ADSR, Reverb, Reverb Size, Delay, LFO (On/Off, Rate and Waveform). The tempo-synced LFO which is routed to the delay for interesting, curious repeat effects.
- 8 master effects: Vinyl (crackle), Tape (hiss), Chorus, Fourth order (24 db/octave) resonant filter as used in the Pro-52 virtual synthesizer to provide Resonance and Cutoff, Delay (tempo synced), Reverb and Compression.
- All routed to master Volume with pan L and R.
- Ships with 16 Presets. Infinite user presets are easily created.
The instrument is also available as an Ableton Simpler Pack that uses the same sounds in a set of 16 Simpler racks.
Each rack contains two instances of Simpler with various couplings of the samples. The macro features Volume Dials 1 & 2, Clean Filter 24 Cutoff & Resonance, Delay (Quarter Note), Grain Delay( Ascent), Reverb (Concert Hall) and Chorus (Acoustic Cascade). Deeper inside, another macro enables control of ADSR, LFO Waveform and LFO Sync Rate.
Further to these settings there is a 3 Band EQ and an Upper Ceiling on each instance of Simpler too.
Atmos is available for purchase for £3.60 GBP.