Flintpope has released a new instrument for Native Instruments Reaktor.
Silver is a sample layer player that features four samplers with 36 samples each, which can be layered in up to 1296 combinations.
The instrument comes with 30 presets as well as reverb and echo effects, envelope and velocity sensitivity. Each sampler has various unique controls and you can load your own samples as well, or replace a sampler with a synth or other module.
As an indie sound designer for Reaktor 6, apart from instrument functionality I also have to consider “what’s the angle?” – what makes this device different from the thousand others out there? And indeed from all the others I’ve released so far.
Well, anyone of the 52908 downloaders of Flintpope instruments would know I’m obsessed with soundscapes – long, ambient atmospheric creations that send the listener off on a Headphone Journey, into a bit of a Tonto’s Expanding Headband mood.
So, is this one any different? NO! It’s more soundscapes. More and more soundscapes, but better produced than previously thanks to the 4 channel mixing desk with 3-way EQ and not two but FOUR samplers each loaded with 36 DIFFERENT Flintpope samples to each other, making 144 unique sounds that can be layered in up to 1296 possible combinations.
Silver for Reaktor 6.2.1 or higher (full version) is available for $10 USD.
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