Time+Space has announced the release of Zero-G’s new Kontakt instrument library that lets you make music with kitchen utensils.

Zero-G KITCHENOLOGY is an incredible useful and fun, percussive Kontakt instrument that can also be used for sound design and special fx as well as composition.

It enables the user to create unique sounds using unusual sources, midi grooves, and IR samples. KITCHENOLOGY was created by recording the amazing multi-instrumentalist Charlie Dalin playing 48 different kitchen items with 12 round robins for each sample. Some of the recorded items such as cups and glasses can be played over a musical octave.

Kitchenology features

  • Custom Kontakt Interface.
  • Over seven thousand individual 48KHz, 24-bit compressed samples.
  • 48 instruments on 4 FX Busses.
  • 34 Mix Snapshots included.
  • Volume, Pan, Reverb Send, Round Robins, Tune, AHDSR, mute, solo, for each instrument.
  • Master Convolution Reverb on each bus with 114 room impulses.
  • 250 MIDI grooves.
  • Key switch mode.
  • Drag and drop MIDI to DAW.
  • Swing and quantize functions with double and half speed synced to host tempo.
  • 12 controlled round robins.
  • Automatic Dynamic Velocity.
  • Automatic Midi mode when used inside DAW.

Priced $39.95 USD, the library for the full version of Kontakt 6.6.0 or higher is available from Best Service.