Channel Robot has announced the release of FreeForm, a free rompler instrument for Native Instruments Kontakt featuring version 2 of Channel Robot’s Formula engine.

Channel Robot FreeForm

Included in FreeForm Volume 1 are 40 individual Kontakt instruments covering a diverse range of usable sounds in over 1GB of uncompressed material.

FreeForm features

  • Dual Voices – Standard and Formant based.
  • Separate Voice tuning – in semi-tone increments. (New Feature)
  • Separate Voice Gain Stages. (New Feature)
  • Individual Pan, and Glide controls.
  • 4 separate send effect controls for each voice.
  • Each voice has independent:
    • Low pass filter. (New Feature)
    • Filter LFO. (New Feature)
    • AHDSR Filter envelope. (New Feature)
    • Volume attack and release settings. (New Feature)
    • Vibrato LFO.
    • Tremelo LFO.
  • The Formant Voice also has:
    • Formant control.
    • Formant Speed control.
    • Formant smoothing control.
  • All instruments additionally feature:
    • Note unison (up to 4 separate voices per note including spread and fade times)
    • Trance Gate – including tempo, number of steps, and gate retriggering.
    • Extensive modulation system, with nearly all controls modulatable with tempo-syncing, one-shot, retriggering and controlled randomisation (New Feature).
    • Extensive ChannelRobot Effects controls. Each voice has 4 independent effects slots with selection from over 20 effects in each slot, plus 4 send effects slots with 5 FX options in each.

FreeForm for Kontakt 5.5 (full version) is available to members of the Channel Robot site (membership is free).

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