Experimental Soundtrack Synth For Kontakt

Tronsonic releases The Azimuth Generator      14/06/12

Experimental Soundtrack Synth For Kontakt


Tronsonic tells us that the concept behind The Azimuth Generator, described as a 'soundtrack multi-synth' for kontakt 4.2.3, is to be a source of inspiration, and hopefully take you to undiscovered places on your musical journey.
It is split into 3 main parts - bass, mid-section and upper high-section, with white/pink noise samples on the F#1 note. You can create customised multi-synths from over 150 included patch presets, giving control over several different synth sources and sequences at the same time. There are over 25 multi patches in the download, but you can also build your own custom multi-synths.
Tronsonic tells us that most of the sampled sounds were recorded to tape on vintage valve equipment; the word 'azimuth' refers to the angle of the tapeheads, which in many cases was adjusted to achieve an extra rasping sound (for a more extreme upper-mid frequency range and bite when filtering).
The 138mb pack comprises of 7 sets of samples from different analogue synths, including 2 varieties of 'buzz' sawtooth waves, 2 regular saws, a set from the Logandy string synth collection, a white/pink noise hybrid and a very powerful modified square wave bass section from a 1950s valve signal generator.
Tronsonic told Sonic State, "The bass section in particular is totally unique. The generator's square wave has been modified with valve harmonics and tape saturation then blended with the original, resulting in a huge analogue sound that will carry your tracks with ease."
Pricing and Availability:
The price is £9.99, and £4.99 for those that are already signed up to Tronsonic. More information:

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