Puremagnetik has released a sound library, K-Station Atmospheres, inspired by the Kawai K5000S. A spokesperson told us, "The K5000S was a sophisticated additive workstation when it was released in 1996 and remains an influential additive synthesizer to this day. Now you can have a piece of the K5000S as an Ableton Live Pack, Kontakt or Logic Instrument."
Here's the details direct from Puremagnetik:
K-Station Atmospheres was constructed by employing the K5000S' performance, formant filter and additive capabilities. The included instruments have been designed as a collection of modular, complex textures that can be layered, mixed and matched in your sound production environment. Whether you work as a film composer, game sound designer or ambient producer, you will find a huge toolkit of possibilities in K-Station Atmospheres.
K-Station Atmospheres Ableton Live Pack includes over 30 individual patches. Just like the original, you can layer these individual patches into a Multi for huge sweeping, textures and customized atmosphere creation. It comes packed with a library of Multis to get started with.
K-Station Atmospheres for Kontakt includes a customized interface for 4-part atmosphere stacking. You can choose up to 4 source sounds, mix and transpose them to sculpt the textures you want. The Kontakt version includes a library of over 20 pre-programmed instruments to get you started.
K-Station Atmospheres for Logic includes a collection of Track Stacks and Patches. All patches have been programmed with Smart Controls for easy editing and sound manipulation. With over 30 Track Stacks to get started with, Logic users can easily swap out EXS instruments for modular style mixing and matching.
• Puremagnetik Spark or Century Account
• Ableton Live 9.2, Kontakt 5, Logic X
Pricing and Availability:
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