Play It Backwards

Output releases REV - a collection of reverse instruments, loops, pads and more      13/11/13

Output tells us that REV is the world's first collection of REVERSE instruments, loops, rises, pads, pulses, swells, plucks, percussion & more. They say that the 1000+ presets, 4 massive engines and 7GB of material give users the opportunity to play instruments in reverse and in real time. REV runs in the FREE Kontakt Player 5 or Kontakt 5

REV: instruments

  • Play Instruments Reverse In Real Time
  • Includes live recorded instruments, Pads
  • Pulses, Swells, Plucks, Percussion & more
  • 450 Presets, Organized By Category
  • Tons of automatable FX, Stutters & Filters
  • A tool that truly inspires creativity
  • Dial in the exact length you want

 

REV: timed instruments

  • Play Reverse Sounds By Note Duration
  • Half, Whole & Quarter Notes at Any Tempo
  • Great to double elements in a track
  • Add Reverse Percussion to any beat/track
  • Tons of FX, Stutters, Filters all automatable
  • Different sound from Rev Instruments
  • Trigger chords from any pad

 

REV: loops

  • 1,000s of loop combo possibilities
  • 15 banks of tempo locked reverse loops
  • Automate FX, stutters and filters
  • Regular, half, & double speed options
  • All loop material was recorded live
  • Synths, guitars, perc, pianos, pulses, & more
  • Trigger in studio or assign to pad when live

 

REV: rises

  • Create Rises In Seconds
  • All Rises Lock To Note Length
  • 1/4, 1/2 , 1, 2 & 4 Bar Rises + half/double
  • Rises With Tails and With Abrupt Ends
  • Trigger In Any Key, From Any Device
  • FX Presets, Stutters, FX, Sweeps, Triggers
  • Easy To Tweak On The Fly

 

Pricing and Availability:

$199

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