Pornofonix has launched with the release of Klüsterjunkk, a Kontakt library featuring eleven noisy percussion instruments from constructed and de/reconstructed junk.
Scratches, thumps, slaps and scrapes on springs, chains, jugs, tubs, bits, bottles, buckets, tubes, plastics, pots, prongs, and pebbles. An essential collection of gloriously noisy instruments designed to add dirt and interest to your tracks—played solo or stacked on top of your existing drum kits.
The idea behind this collection was “controlled noise”: busy textures, resonating tones, rough, ever-changing rattles and clatter, all made controllable and playable. It’s the African bone rattle, Turkish hand cymbals, and Balinese Gamelan reimagined and reinvented using discarded junk from the consumer economy.
- 11 instruments, 1,608 stereo samples.
- 19-33 articulations.
- 6 Round-Robin layers.
- 120 custom IRs.
- 88 presets.
- Simple GUI and very low CPU load.
- Humanize feature for randomizing velocity and adjusting quantization relative to tempo.
- Requires the full version of Kontakt 5.5.2 or higher.
Klüsterjunkk is available at an 30% off intro price of $27.30 USD (£21 GBP + VAT).
More information: Pornofonic