Sound Dust has launched its latest hybrid sample instrument for Native Instruments Kontakt.
ODDular brings a “beautiful throb monster, a one of a kind modulation leviathan. Pulsational rapture is only ever a few mouse clicks away.”
ODDular is a hybrid sample instrument based around 3 specially coded beat synced super LFOs, a complex but very simple to use modulation matrix and an innovative user interface.
ODDular borrows some of the more useful concepts of modular synthesis to create otherworldly and impossible sounds that are actually musically useful and don’t require a complex nest of cables to produce.
The sample engine is loaded with 1.5GB of multi samples from rare and sought after classic synths – EMS VCS3 Putney, Oberheim Xpander 6, Siel Orchestra and great sounding synth wildcards – Moog Dfam, Moog Voyager, Technics WSA1, Make Noise O-Coast and Nord Wave.
If you every dreamed of owning a polyphonic BPM syncable VCS3 (who wouldn’t) or need to quickly create a complex rhythmic underscore for ‘John Carpenter meets the Berlin Minimalists’ ODDular is definitely for you.
ODDular for Kontakt 5.6.8 or higher (full version) is available for £50 GBP incl. VAT. You can save 20% off until July 18th with coupon code ODD20 at checkout.
More information: Sound Dust