Sub51 has announced the release of its new instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt and Komplete Kontrol.
Partial Structures was created using classic synths combined with creative processing, resulting in a combination of loops and a choice of short or long phrase one-shot samples, all controlled by an intuitive, 2 pane user-friendly interface.
Formatted for use with Kontakt 6.2.2, Partial Structures comes with 37 tempo sync’d loops which include sliced/mapped versions of each loop ready to slot into any music project. Also included are 103 one-shot patches comprising of 45 short phrase and 58 long phrase samples. With influences such as early 90’s ‘Tech House’ this sample library would easily fit into ambient- house, chill-out and the wider field.
The Kontakt interface provides users with the option to add dynamics such as HPF, LPF, LOFI, Tape Saturation, Transient, Envelope, LFO as well as an effects section including Reverb and Tempo sync delay.
Partial Structures samples are derived from an eclectic mix of electronic sound sources employing multiple layers with appropriately creative processing such as filter-shaping, pitch-shifting, rhythmic panning and a subtle blend of smooth reverbs and textured delays. Sample loops can be used just as they come or can easily be chopped and truncated to create completely new loops.
Pre-defined host automation parameters have been assigned allowing users to control Partial Structures via their host DAW or from within Komplete Kontrol.
The instrument library is on sale for the intro price of £12.97 GBP until October 14th, 2020 (regular £19.95 GBP). It requires Kontakt 6.2.2 or higher, full version.
More information: Sub51