ForceSampling has released Afterlife, a scoring sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

ForceSampling Afterlife

The sounds have been processed and morphed from several different soundsources, everything from acoustic instruments like piano and guitar, to analogue sounds from a modern modular synthesizer.

The library content covers a wide scope of different genres (cinematic, ambient, dnb etc.), but it’s goal is not to provide bread and butter sounds for modern genres, instead the focus lies in bringing unusual and unexpected sounds to give extra spice to your compositions.

Distorted synth brass from dystopian lands, surrealistic drones from your weirdest nightmares, ethereal pads full of enlightenment and morphed acoustics that sound both natural and otherworldly, all in the same library.

Afterlife features

  • 600+ Nkis in 11 categories: Arps, Bass, Bells and Mallets, Drones, Dystopian Orchestra, Leads, Morphed Acoustics, Pads, Percussion, Risers, Synthesis.
  • 6200+ samples in ncw format (2.3 GB compressed, 4.5 GB uncompressed).
  • 401 MB 24 bit wav files of all FX (drones, risers) included.
  • Requires full and latest version of Kontakt 5 (not compatible with Kontakt Player).

Afterlife is available to purchase for the introductory price of $49 USD until March 12th, 2014 (regular $99 USD).

Also available is Afterlife Free, offering 1,06 GB of sample content and 100 patches handpicked from the full release as a free download.

More information: ForceSampling