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Icebreaker Audio releases HandySynth for Kontakt

Icebreaker Audio has released the HandySynth sample library for Kontakt.

HandySynth is a sample based re-creation of a custom circuit-bent Yamaha HandySound HS-200 for Native Instruments Kontakt 5.

Icebreaker Audio HandySynth

HandySynth features

  • All instrument sounds chromatically sampled at 24-bit 48kHz.
  • 8 circuit-bent sound variations.
  • Convolution based emulation of the original speaker at various microphone positions.
  • Authentic emulation of the HandySound volume envelopes and tuning via custom scripts.
  • Additional Effects: Distortion, Filter and Spring Reverb.
  • Download also includes a copy of C-Bent Kit for Battery.

HandySynth is available to purchase for £5 GBP.

More information: Icebreaker Audio / HandySynth

Icebreaker Audio releases GRID for Reaktor + free Kontakt packs

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Icebreaker Audio has released GRID, a sound sequencer for Native Instruments Reaktor 5.6.

Based on an 8×8 matrix sequencer and a unique sound concept, GRID makes a great addition to your musical toolkit.

Icebreaker Audio GRID
Icebreaker Audio GRID for Reaktor

GRID features

  • 8 voice sound sequencer controlled from an animated 8×8 grid.
  • 42 presets with 4 patterns per preset (a total of 168 patterns).
  • Per voice pattern length.
  • Analog and digital sound generation modes.
  • 2 modulation step sequencers and an LFO.
  • Filter and delay effects built in.
  • “Glitch” controls to add chaos and noise.
  • Automatic tempo-synchronization when used in a host.
  • Preconfigured TouchOSC templates for iPad and iPhone.

Grid for Reaktor is available to purchase for £20 GBP.

Icebreaker Audio has also released two free Kontakt sample libraries: Hum Organ, created from the background hum and noise of a number of vintage instruments, and CZ Noize, a noisy pad generated from the sounds of a broken Casio CZ-101.

More information: Icebreaker Audio / Grid