Processed String Sounds

AudioThing releases Strings for Native Instruments Kontakt and iZotope Iris      06/09/12

AudioThing tells us that Strings is a collection of sampled string instruments processed through the incredible features of iZotope Iris to get a wide range of new sounds. They say that this soundset includes synths, pads, soundscapes, drones, and many effects derived from strings samples. The sampled instruments were a Tenayo AutoHarp, a Romanian Toy Harp, a Baton Rouge Soprano Ukulele, a Chinese Violin, and a Squier Bass. The modulation wheel is assigned to different parameters in each patch. Available for Native Instruments Kontakt 3.5+ or iZotope Iris Features
  • 50 Paches/Instruments
  • 44.1kHz / 24Bit Samples
  • 145 MB (Kontakt) / 94 MB (Iris)
Pricing and Availability:
Introductory price: $12 (goes $15 on September 14th) More information:

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