Sub51 has announced the release of a new instrument library that combines sampling, synthesis and a visual waveform display.

Nuphoric Elements was created by combining analog and digital sound sources with dynamic shaping such as EQ, multi band compression and further processing including reverbs, delays and filtering.

The library is designed for the full version of Native Instruments Kontakt 6.4 or higher, with support for Komplete Kontrol.

Affordably priced, Euphoric Elements come with 19 Kontakt instruments consisting of bass loops, fx and one-shots, keys/synth/pad loops, vox chops, drum loops, and tops loops as well as numerous one shot drums and slices. Furthermore, users have the option (where appropriate) to use tempo synced loops. Pre-defined host automation parameters have been assigned allowing users to control Nuphoric Elements via their host DAW. Komplete Kontrol users have the option to load templates designed specifically for the application.

Nuphoric Elements was created in collaboration with UK based music producer, Farsi and is influenced by the late ‘90s and early ‘00s euphoric, chill out and ambient fields. The two control panes provide users with envelope control, retuning, resonant high and low-pass filtering, LoFi (bit and sample rate reduction), tube compression, transparent limiting, LFO modulation and an effects section offering reverb and tempo-synced delay. Users also have the option to alter the start time of samples via the interactive waveform on the master pane of the instrument.

Nuphoric Elements Kontakt is available for the introductory price of £14.96 GBP (regular £19.95 GBP). Additionally, the sample library is also available as WAV files and in Logic Pro X Sampler format, priced £11.96 GBP during the promotion (regular £15.75 GBP).

The offer expires December 7th, 2020.

More information: Sub51