Fingerpushers has released Superstructure, a new sample-based instrument for Native Instruments Kontakt.
Superstructure is a synthesizer which concentrates on the popular supersaw waveform. There are five different supersaws waveforms carefully recorded from five different synthesizers including the Access Virus TI and Nord Modular G2. The waveforms were selected to cover as much ground as possible, meaning they are not trying to emulate the original supersaw from the Roland JP-8000 synthesizer, but rather make a broad take on supersaw waveforms that are popular in modern productions.
Apart from the supersaw oscillators there is a suboscillator (a square wave from the Virus sampled with a crunchy lofi settings on a Casio FZ sampler), and for that instant chopped pad-gratification, we also added a trance gate effect with six predefined patterns you can choose from.
- 181 megabyte sound pool. The oscillators have been sampled in great detail: almost every key with long loops.
- 105 presets (55 single presets and 50 multi sounds).
- All files in 44.1 kHz, 16 bit WAV format. Programmed for Kontakt 4.
The sound library is available to purchase for 14.90 EUR.
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