AudioThing Releases Pipes

Kontakt instrument features sounds made from cardboard tubes, aluminum spray cans and more      29/03/12

AudioThing Releases Pipes


AudioThing tells us that Pipes is a collection of instruments derived from a variety of cardboard tubes, aluminum spray cans, dreamcatchers, and PVC pipes. They say that, even if the pitch of most of the sources is not stable, almost every instrument is tuned and playable with the keyboard.
Each instrument features from 3 to 5 Round Robin samples and up to 3 velocity layers (usually cross-faded). One of the main instruments is a sampled Wah Wah Tube (aka Vibratone): bell-like sound with a very long release and a dedicated control for overtones. There are a couple of sound designed patches derived from the original instruments along with Kontakt Multis ready to play.
Specifications
  • 17 Kontakt Instruments (.nki)
  • 6 Kontakt Multis (.nkm)
  • 3-5 Round Robin samples
  • Up to 3 Velocity layers
  • 139 Samples (44.1kHz / 24Bit)
  • Size: 175 MB installed
  • Formats: Kontakt and WAV
  • Custom performance view
Native Instruments Kontakt 3.5+ full version is required Pricing and Availability:
Introduction Price: $7 (goes $9 on April 6th) More information:

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