Native Instruments has announced the release of the latest addition to its range of Kontakt-based instruments.
Sequis is an instrument that will appeal to music producers and media composers alike. It is the follow up to Arkhis, NI’s hugely successful instrument for cutting-edge cinematic underscoring. Both instruments were developed in partnership with Orchestral Tools, the legendary Berlin-based instrument design studio famed for their blockbuster sounds.
This time the focus is on rhythmic themes and looping phrases. The instrument draws from a rich variety of inspiring acoustic samples including atmospheric strings, delicate flutes, driving percussion, and even human voice. These sounds are then harnessed within an intuitive 16-step sequencer to allow producers to quickly create evolving pads and complex patterns perfect for cinematic sci-fi and dancefloors alike.
Sequis is available for purchase at the Native Instruments online shop with a 25% discount, priced 149 USD/EUR until November 3rd, 2021. It runs in Kontakt and the free Kontakt Player.
To celebrate the release, NI is also offering Arkhis and Sequis together as a bundle, with a saving of over 35% during the promotion.
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