Synth Magic has released Sounds of the Trilogy, a virtual instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt, based on the 1980’s Crumar Trilogy analogue synthesiser.

2Gb of samples taken from the Trilogy, including lots of sounds made on the the Trilogy synth section. 3 timbre settings of the analogue ensemble section have been sampled and can be selected by the 3 position Timbre dial. The Trilogy has an organ section and this has also been sampled. Sounds can then be layered.

All these samples are controlled by a custom Kontakt user interface. Interface graphics have been designed by renound GUI designer Anders Hedstrom (Flavours of Lime).

The main synth section of this Kontakt instrument has a collection of Trilogy synth section samples at it’s heart. All samples are streamed from disk to allow a very small memory footprint and are easily selected from the custom drop down menu system of the user interface.

The ensemble sound of the Trilogy can be used to create Jarre Oxygene type strings and lots of other types of analogue ensemble strings. Lots of extras have been added such as Formant filters, Phase animators, auto panners, extra effects, tape saturation etc.

Sounds of the Trilogy features

  • 2GB of samples, easily accessed from GUI menu.
  • Custom GUI by Flavours of Lime.
  • 150 presets.
  • Synth section.
  • Ensemble section.
  • Effects section.

The sound library is available to purchase for the introductory price of £15 GBP until October 1st, 2013.

More information: Synth Magic