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Sonokinetic releases The Carnival for Kontakt

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Sonokinetic The Carnaval

Sonokinetic has announced the release of The Carnival, a virtual barrel organ instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Ever since we recorded and produced ‘Carousel’ several years ago, we’ve been hearing so many positive reactions about it, and about the need for ‘couleur locale’ like this. Loving Carousel as much as we do, we decided to do an encore, a sequel if you wish. We infused this new instrument with a lot of the things we’ve learned and perfected over the years. Our scripting mastermind Ken Black added an ingenious script to glue it all together and make it feel and play as it should in proper Sonokinetic fashion.

For the recording we went back to Hilversum in the Netherlands and booked the same studio we used for Celesta. We teamed up with A.W. de Vogel, who comes from a long lineage of prolific organ-men in the lowlands. He brought along two of his most cherished barrel organs, a small hand operated one, and a larger one powered by an electric motor, that we barely got through the studio entrance.

The Carnival features

  • 470 MB sample pool, 850+ samples (44.1 kHz, 24-bit NCW format).
  • Big and Small organs with 4 registers respectively.
  • Organ percussion and sampled Tremolo for the large organ.
  • Octave Doubling.
  • Automatic Tempo-synced trills (major and minor).
  • Tempo-synced runs in 5 scales.
  • ‘The Carnival’ Bespoke Reverb.
  • Sampled Bellows Noise.
  • Custom designed interface.
  • Open Kontakt format for complete user customisation (Kontakt 4.2.4 or 5 full version only, NOT compatible with the free Kontakt Player).

The library is available to purchase for 69.90 EUR.

More information: Sonokinetic / The Carnival

Sonokinetic releases Güzin for Kontakt

Sonokinetic Güzin

Sonokinetic has announced the release of Güzin, a sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt featuring female Turkish vocal performances.

We have worked with Miss Güzin Degismez before, in our very first vocal library ‘Tigris and Euphrates’ and have been in contact with her about doing another project ever since.

As no other, Ms Degismez knows how to blend the traditional music of her culture into cinematic atmospheres that instantly invoke emotion and lively imagery. For this project, we recorded all new material, based on ‘moods’ and, in contrast to Tigris and Euphrates, these are all tempo synced and we’ve recorded all material in two tempi, to be able to employ our ITM tempo mapping system, making sure the recordings will always stay within acceptable stretch ranges. Of course, you can turn off ITM if you’re looking for that overstretched sound as an effect.

All is recorded in Istanbul by our trusted producer Ceyda Pirali, who played live percussion during the recording session to accompany the mood and set the stage for Güzin to perform freely and without the robotic constriction of a clicktrack, while still providing us with tempo sync-able material.

Güzin features

  • Kontakt 4 & Kontakt 5 patch spanning 6 different moods, each in two recorded tempi.
  • Automatic BPM group selecting (HOST slave).
  • Tempo synced by time machine.
  • Use of Sonokinetic Intelligent Time Machine functionality.
  • Kontakt 5 with Timemachine Pro settings (64Bit).
  • 3400+ samples. (1,36 GB sample content).
  • all samples is 24 Bit 44.1 kHz AIFF format.
  • Royalty and copyright free.

The library is available to purchase for 49.90 EUR. Requires full version of Kontakt (Kontakt Player not supported).

More information: Sonokinetic / Güzin

Sonokinetic releases Celesta for Kontakt

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Sonokinetic Celesta

Sonokinetic has announced the release of Celesta, a virtual instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

One of our personal favorite instruments of all time, the Celesta (or Celeste), has been capturing people’s imaginations for centuries and will continue to do so for many years to come. The instrument really has a magical sound and every time we happen to cross paths with a real one and open the lid it amazes us how inviting this instrument is to play.

Of course, most of them are a bit off pitchy, the keys don’t always react the way you’d want them to, but that adds to the beauty. You cannot force this instrument where it doesn’t want to go but it’ll always take you in an interesting direction.

Celesta features

  • 3.1 GB NCW compressed sample pool, 4000+ samples.
  • Three velocity levels.
  • Separate samples for Sustain pedal on and off.
  • Multiple round robin samples.
  • Celesta Reverb.
  • Three Microphone positions.
  • Custom designed interface.

The Celesta library is available to purchase for 49.90 EUR. Requires full version of Kontakt 4.2.4 or Kontakt 5.

More information: Sonokinetic / Celesta

Sonokinetic launches 12 Days of Christmas

Sonokinetic has announced its 12 Days of Christmas, a limited time promotion with daily deals up to Christmas.

We close our festive lustrum year with a big party on ’12 days of Christmas’ here at Sonokinetic BV

Running from December 12th until December 24 (23:59 CET), Sonokinetic will post a new offer every day on our Facebook page and Twitter.

Check out our gifts and specials daily

More information: Sonokinetic / 12 Days of Christmas

Sonokinetic releases free Sleigh Bells for Kontakt

Sonokinetic Sleigh Bells

Sonokinetic has announced the release of Sleigh Bells, a free virtual instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Q: What does every Christmas track need but has been sadly overlooked by most sample developers?
A: Sleigh Bells

Q: What are Sonokinetic going to do about it?
A: Program a ridiculously comprehensive collection of tempo-synced sleigh bells and give it to you for FREE as an extra special xmas gift.

Sonokinetic brings you this treat, free for anyone to enjoy, but no less powerful than our paid-for libraries. We figured it’s a time for giving presents, and we wanted to thank all of you for the 5 years you kept Sonokinetic going strong, and growing to the company it is today… Thank You!

Sleigh Bells features

  • 6 different Sleigh bells (25, 21, 17, 13, 6, and 1 bell sleigh bells).
  • Loops in two tempi, two meters and two feels.
  • Loop length up to 25 seconds, average around 10.
  • Up to 41 Round Robins per multisample.
  • 300+ samples. (about 500 Mb sample content) in 24 bit 44.1 kHz aiff format.
  • Royalty and copyright free content license.
  • Format: All files in 44.1 kHz, 24bit aiff format.
  • Programmed for Kontakt 4.2.4 & Kontakt 5 (requires full version, not compatible with the free Kontakt Player).

The Sleigh Bells library is a free download at Sonokinetic.

More information: Sonokinetic / Sleigh Bells

Sonokinetic releases Yiddish for Kontakt

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Sonokinetic Yiddish

Sonokinetic has released Yiddish, a sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt featuring traditional Jewish female vocals.

Sonokinetic specializes in in-depth musical history heritage exploration since 2008. With “Yiddish” we fulfill our premise to capture part of the Jewish music culture and complement our signature sampling line with this very recognizable musical style. Different from the mystical Sephardic “Voices of Israel” and our cross-over to the Yemenite style, “Yiddish” brings a more Jewish-European oriented style which found its roots in the high-german and Ashkenazi language.?

This library is a very specific and authentic representation of its promised title, a niche in ethnic music that hasn’t been covered in sampling before. With “Yiddish”, Sonokinetic BV is very proud to present to you a continuation in our proven concept in vocal cinematic performance sampling. You can expect the same dedication to high-end sample quality, software performance, instrument handling and documentation that is present in all of our vocal products. This collection will fulfill your professional media-scoring needs when working within this thematic color, style or genre. We hope you will let this breathtaking musical performance and dramatic cinematic vocal fx collection inspire you and show you new compositorial ways.

Yiddish features

  • 4 main categories in traditional Yiddish style: Traditional Songs, Improvisations, Poems and Effects.
  • Automatic BPM group selecting (HOST slave).
  • Tempo synced by time machine.
  • Use of Sonokinetic Intelligent Time Machine functionality.
  • 10 copyright-free traditional songs.
  • 10 sets of Improvisations.
  • Voice fx: whispers, soft speech, typical Yiddish words.
  • Kontakt 5 with Timemachine Pro settings (64-bit).
  • 4050+ samples. (1,19 GB sample content) in ncw format.
  • All songs, poems and words in English translation (PDF).
  • Royalty and copyright free content license.

The Yiddish library is available to purchase for 49.90 EUR. Requires Kontakt 4.2.4. or Kontakt 5 (full version only, not compatible with the free Kontakt Player).

More information: Sonokinetic / Yiddish

Sonokinetic releases Toll for Kontakt

Sonokinetic Toll

Sonokinetic has launched Toll, a collection of historical bells for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Way back when, when Sonokinetic was in its infant stage, we recorded two carillons and turned them into a simple kontakt instrument. Ever since, we have felt the urge to revisit that, and do it with the knowledge and experience we have gained over the past years. That time has come, and this time it is not just a carillon, but a large collection of different sized bells, from various periods and places of origin.

Each hit on these bells will spark a very unique and authentic sound that can only be generated by pure weight and age. Sonokinetic sampled historical valuable bronze cast bells as old as a 1000 years, proceeded through the ages of innovation in bell casting and tuning and ended in our time of hi-tech computer calibrated pitch perfect bells, and sampled all of those with great attention to detail, preserving their original tails of up to 30 seconds.

Toll features

  • 1 patch Kontakt 4 and Kontakt 5, 4 Main Bell categories:
    • Carillons: two Carillons, played hard and soft.
    • Historical Bells Collection: 15 European Original Bells from 14th century to 20th century.
    • Silk Road Bells Collection: 13 South East Asian Ceremonial Bells 10th century to 19th century.
    • Tower Bells Collection: 3 Tower bells, including the Saint John’s Cathedral bells.
  • 4 matching Impulse responses “Chapel”, “Cathedral”, “Temple” and “Summit”.
  • Kontakt Convolution Reverb.
  • Full Round Robin control. (Exclude, Freeze, Mark).
  • Sample Tail Control (Kontakt length adjustable).
  • 3 Band EQ (Kontakt 4), 4 Band Solid-G EQ (Kontakt 5).
  • 600+ samples. (3,3+ GB sample content) in wave format.
  • Royalty and copyright free content license.
  • All files in 48 kHz, 24bit wave format.
  • Programmed for Kontakt 4.2.4. & Kontakt 5 (Full verison only, not compatible with the free Kontakt Player).

The Toll library is available to purchase for 49.90 EUR.

More information: Sonokinetic / Toll

Sonokinetic launches Minimal Orchestral Patterns & FX

Sonokinetic Minimal Orchestral Patterns & FX

Sonokinetic has released Minimal Orchestral Patterns & FX, a virtual instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

With Minimal, Sonokinetic BV delivers the fourth instalment in our current range of orchestral instruments. We have listened to our users, and built an entirely new system from the ground up, defining what we think is a revolutionary novel direction in orchestral pattern-based sampling.

Minimal would suggest a particular music style, and many of the patterns available in this instrument are very well suited for that style. However, we’d like to stress that this is indeed a very flexible instrument, capable of enhancing a broad range of musical arrangements and compositions in a wide variety of styles. Where Minimal differs from libraries like Tutti and Vivace is in its section-based approach. All phrases are recorded per orchestral section and can be used separately or together and in any combination, allowing for a great deal of variations at your fingertips.

Minimal features

  • 16 Bit version 10.8 Gb sample pool, 33800+ samples, 24 Bit version 21 Gb sample pool, 33800+ samples.
  • 4 recorded orchestral sections: Strings 52 players, Woodwinds 12 players, Percussion (two marimbas, xylophone, piano and celesta), Brass 11 players.
  • 4 recorded microphone positions: Close, Decca tree, Wide, Balcony.
  • Proprietary stereo mix for the ‘lite’ instrument.
  • Individual section controls include Volume, Pan, Rhythmic Shift double/half/triplets, Harmonic Shift, Crossfade adjustments.
  • Custom designed interface with enhanced score display.
  • Time Machine Pro capability.
  • Custom chord recognition and Harmonic Shift capabilities.
  • Advanced Purging system.

The Kontakt Player powered library costs 199.90 EUR.

More information: Sonokinetic / Minimal Orchestral Patterns & FX