Fairly Confusing Waveforms has released Arctic Rooster, described as a sort of neo-retro organic synthesizer for Kontakt.
He says, "It is based on very short waveforms, serving as 'oscillators', that has been cut from recording of an authentic Icelandic rooster that I took this summer. Also there is the oscillator bank made of waveforms that I took from recording of my own voice."
The sound sample below features the rooster recording first, then synthesizer sounds, one instance at a time, no external effects:
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