ProjectSAM releases Symphobia Colours: Animator

ProjectSAM Symphobia Colours: Animator

ProjectSAM has announced the release of Symphobia Colours: Animator, the first title in a brand-new library series that expands the world of Symphobia.

Building on the SYMPHOBIA concept, SYMPHOBIA COLOURS brings you fresh sounds in smaller packages.

Two exciting new volumes mark the launch of this series.
This week: ANIMATOR. Next week: ORCHESTRATOR.

Laughing clarinets, jazzy staccatos, xylophone winks and trombone slides – SYMPHOBIA COLOURS: ANIMATOR is a library dedicated to all things funny. Instantly playable, ANIMATOR will become your go-to source when scoring cartoons, animated features, light games or sitcoms.

Symphobia Colours: Animator features

  • Aimed at cartoon, feature animation, light games and sitcoms.
  • Recorded arrangement: clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, violin, contrabass, piano, harp & percussion.
  • Instantly playable, pre-arranged articulations and effects.
  • Select solo articulations and effects.
  • 3 concert hall mic positions with real-time mixing.
  • Tempo-synced runs & phrases.
  • Free time-stretch control for majority of instruments.
  • Tempo sync for runs and phrases.
  • On-the-fly octave shifting (nudge instrument mapping left or right).
  • Contains select material from Symphobia 3: Lumina.
  • 4 GB library pool (2 GB in compressed NCW format).
  • 44.1 kHz 24 bit.
  • Kontakt 5.3 format.
  • License for Kontakt Player included.
  • Fast and easy download experience with ProjectSAM Downloader.

The library is available to purchase for 175 EUR / $235 USD. Registered owners of Symphobia 3: Lumina receive a 40 EUR / $50 USD loyalty discount on Animator.

More information: ProjectSAM / Symphobia Colours: Animator

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