Sinevibes Releases Sound Expansions For KONTAKT

The first two feature the Polivoks analog synth and human voice sounds      28/04/10
Sinevibes Releases Sound Expansions For KONTAKT


Sinevibes has announced the immediate availability of two new sound expansions for NI KONTAKT - Analogies and Voices. Here's what they have to say...
We are known for releasing only original sounds and instruments built totally from the ground up, not based on any sounds that existed before. Now we bring our sound design expertise to all KONTAKT users, providing them with ultra-fresh new instruments that sound like nothing else on the market. From urban, club and pop music production to movie scoring, worship and beyond – these sound expansions deliver something special for everyone. The currently available sound expansions are:
  • Analogies features powerful and very charismatic analog synth, bass, lead and pad instruments made with the mighty Polivoks synthesizer. Contents: 25 instruments, 325 individual samples, 45 MB total size.
  • Voices features vocal, choir vocoder and pad instruments created from human voice recordings using our custom technique involving spectral resynthesis and multi-stage processing. Contents: 30 instruments, 327 individual samples, 54 MB total size.
Pricing and Availability:
Analogies and Voices for KONTAKT are available for $19 each as instant downloads, or optionally on a CD with worldwide shipping. If you buy both Analogies and Voices, you will receive the next Organics sound expansion free of charge when it's released (due in June). More information:
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