Time+Space has announced the release of Epica, a virtual sound module for Kontakt Player by Zero-G.
Zero-G has once again teamed up with Phaedra producer Sam Spacey to release EPICA – a brand new virtual sound module powered by the free Kontakt Player.
Spacey has painstakingly hand-edited, looped and multi-layered thousands of samples recorded from analogue and digital synths to deliver over 600 patches of pads, leads, basses, sequences and fx.
Think big Oakley Modular, Sequential Pro 1, Arp Odyssey, Future Retro, Matrix 6 and much more along with DX7, D50, Akai S-950 plus a dash of oddness like the local pre-school choir and a sister-in-law’s cold-ridden vocals and you have a truly unique set of sounds at your fingertips.
The simple and intuitive user interface has been designed to give you full control over a huge amount of sonic sculpting options without slowing down the creative process, for example, control any of the EPICA interface knobs by simply right clicking on the GUI knob and then turn your midi controller knob… that’s it… done!
This is not a preset machine – the interface makes it so quick and easy to roll your own presets for your own unique sound.
Epica is available to purchase from Time+Space for the introductory price of £89.95 GBP / 109 EUR until November 30th, 2013 (regular £112.95 GBP / 135.95 EUR).