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Soundiron Tuned Artillery Walk-through

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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2012

A full introduction and library walk-through for the new Soundiron Tuned Artillery virtual instrument library for Kontakt. This collection features tuned and untunder concert and dry percussion created using old spent brass artillery shell casings from WWI and WWII, as well as decommissioned hand grenades and a soviet-era combat helmet, played with sticks, mallets, brushes, hands and hammers. The library includes over 3000 samples and 3GB of content. It retails for $59.

You'll find a variety of useful articulations featuring up to 10 velocity layers and 12 round-robins per layer for each one. We've also included a deep bonus collection of hand-crafted ambiences and tonal pads that we created by manipulating the original source material. These soundscapes, drones and textures provide a perfect and quite organic accompaniment to the more traditional multi-sampled library material they were directly derived from. We've also included a range of automatable LFO, EQ, filter, custom convolution, reverb and arpeggiation systems to expand on the creative possibilities that this library offers.

We also include several powerful tools to allow you to personalize the library to your needs, with the ability to design your own custom divisi and full ensembles on the fly, with full control over mix, pan, tuning and more. These features allow you to use just the resources you need, while creating the perfect keyboard layout for your personal work-flow.

3,026 Samples (standard pcm wav)
112 .nki files (unlocked Kontakt 4 format)
3.14 GB installed
24 bit / 48kHz stereo PCM wav format
Format: Kontakt 4.2.4 .nki and pcm .wav

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