Sample Logic has announced the release of Morphestra 2, a virtual instrument developed in collaboration with Kirk Hunter Studios.
Morphestra 2 morphs together psychoacoustic-sampled symphonic winds, strings, and percussive instruments using the company’s Multi Core system to create “a dynamic world where music and sound design desirably collide”.
Powered by Native Instruments’ Kontakt 5 platform — both Kontakt Player (available for free) and full retail version (sold separately) — for Mac OS X and Windows with Standalone, VST, and Audio Units compatibility, Morphestra 2 weighs in with over 1,100 Soundsources; 635 Soundcores; 3,300 morphed cinematic instruments; and a 26 GB compressed sample library using Kontakt’s lossless sample storage compression with all samples delivered at 44.1 kHz/24-bit.
Geared up for film, TV, and game composers, Morphestra 2 comes complete with 10GB of all-new sample material and also includes all of the content from Sample Logic’s Morphestra Generations release — that’s over 16GB of morphed instruments and multis entirely derived from true orchestral recording, as well as the multis from the original Morphestra.
Morphestra 2 is available for purchase for the introductory price of $399.99 USD for a limited time only (regular $499.99 USD). A crossgrade is available for Morphestra Generations owners ofr $199.99 USD (regular $249.99 USD).