Native Instruments Intros Evolve Mutations

New Virtual Instrument For Soundtracks      06/08/09

Native Instruments Intros Evolve Mutations


Native Instruments has introduced Evolve Mutations, a new instrument designed for movie, TV and game composers.

Developed in collaboration with sound design house Heavyocity and powered by the  Kontakt engine, Evolve Mutations offers 275 new instruments, based on 2 GB of sample material.

The material is organized into four categories:

  • Rhythmic Suites include percussive and tonal loops complete with individual slices and keymapping
  • Percussive Kits allow the creation of original percussive beds
  • Stings & Transitions support a composition with striking and suspenseful transitional elements
  • Tonality & FX provide a range of highly expressive, evocative instruments and pads.

Evolve Mutations offers playback and sound shaping with the free Kontakt Player software, including envelope, filter and effects control. All sounds can also be loaded into the full version of the Kontakt 3 sampler.

 

Pricing and Availability:

Native Instruments’ Evolve Mutations is available now for $119 / €99. Audio demos are available at the NI site.

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