Synth Magic has released Sounds of the Delta, a sample library for Native Instrument Kontakt featuring the Korg Delta DL-50 analog synthesizer.
The Sounds of the Delta GUI for Kontakt, designed by Flavours of Lime.
Sounds of the Delta is a sample library of the Korg Delta Synthesiser. It also has all the raw oscillator samples which can be controlled in the same way as a real Delta.
The gorgeous analogue strings have also been sampled and when used in conjunction with the Delta sample library and raw osc’s gives a lovely synth stack of sounds. All samples are placed under the control of an intuitive graphical user interface and each section (Delta library, Raw Osc’s and strings) all exist in the same .nki file for convenience.
No messing around with loading different sections, or having to adjust Kontakt behind the scenes-Access the whole instrument from the same GUI. Loads of extra features added such as 9 LFO’s, Pitch envelopes, filter envelopes, Highpass and band pass filters etc. Has a full effects section which includes over 50 Impulse responses from classic reverbs such as Ursa Major Space Station. Also has a sixteen step analogue style sequencer.
The sample library is available to purchase for the introductory price of £17.95 GBP for a limited time (regular £24.95 GBP).
Cluster Sound has launched SST-282 Convo, an IR Library that accurately reproduce the staggering sound of the vintage SST-282 Space Station.
In 1979 a small company called Ursa major introduced a highly sophisticated audio signal processing unit called SST-282 Space Station. The SST-282 was described as a “reverberation effect” but that is far from the complete story. Thanks to its design based on multi-tap delay modulation it was able to generate a wide variety of reverb, echo and comb filter effects. The SST-282 implemented 16 “Audition Delay Programs” (Rooms, Combs, Delay Clusters and Space Repeats) which decide the principal characteristics of the reverb / delay effect.
SST-282 Convo is based on 224 IR samples, obtained by sampling the 16 “Audition Programs” with 14 different delay/reverb decay times. The library works perfectly on vocals, synths, basses and guitars but also on drums and percussions and can be easily used with all the convolution reverb plugins on the market.
SST-282 Convo features
Size : 440 Mb.
WAV 32bit / 96Khz.
224 IR Samples.
16 Audition Programs.
14 Decay Time settings.
224 Kontakt Presets.
SST-282 Convo is available to purchase for 29.95 EUR.
Cluster Sound has released SST-282 Convo, CS-Sigma & CS-SX1000, three new XPander Packs.
Cluster Sound team has kept its promise: thanks to the new XPander Packs, Tech Producer DSP has hit 18 gigabytes by the end of 2008. The 3 new libraries are quite different from the previous ones and represent a new approach to Cluster Sound multi-sampled libraries.
XPander Packs features
SST-282 Convo — a stylish convolution library for Kontakt, based on a real Ursa Major machine and designed for vintage echno and reverb effects simulation. The Cluster Sound team has stored 225 settings and recorded two different IR impulse types for each setting (Low + High impulses) and the result is a wonderous reverb plugin which accurately reproduces the deep, warm and mysterious sound of this rare vintage machine.
CS-Sigma & CS-SX1000 — two powerful multi-sampled synthesizers based on the Kontakt KSP engine. The user interfaces are organized in 5 sections that allow users to choose their favourite filter and apply to it an LFO oscillator, apply insert effects, and much more. These Xpanders include 1,000 wav samples recorded from the analog vintage Korg Sigma & Jen SX-1000.