Audiomodern has released ATOM, which they describe as a unique new virtual instrument for Kontakt with a powerful custom engine fully equipped to spark your creativity. Here's the lowdown in their own words...
The machine is built around a beatifully diverse collection of intricate textures and organic elements, that were created from a huge collection of field recordings, custom made acoustic instruments including a tuned anker, propellers, the famous Koka's experimental Box even a WWII Torpedo and analogue machine noises, which were then painstakingly recorded, edited using the most advanced sound design techniques and finally assembled into a stunning collection of abstract cinematic & experimental organic elements. with over 180 patches & presets to be mixed and matched as desired.
A unique sound design tool to create a huge range of distinctive cinematic sounds, otherworldly atmospheres, mesmeric drones, emotive synths, noisy pads, organic keys, impressive cinematic FX, transitional elements, Impacts and and Melodic Motifs each with its own character and concept behind the creation handcrafted with passion, innovation and technology.
This virtual instrument plugin comes with 3.000+ samples, a highly versatile collection of on board effects, an incredibly intuitive multi-layer engine with separate effects and arpeggiator engine for each layer to provide hundreds of sonic combinations.
Atom is preloaded with over 180 exquisitely crafted presets divided into five main categories ATMO, KEYS, FX, PERCUSSIVE & SYNTHETIC. Each sound can be shaped into lush evolving pads, dense uplifting chords, strange acoustic tones, deep Textures, ambient soundscapes, layered ambiences, Imacts, transitional cinematic FX and elements for adding drama and movement into your compositions with all advanced features that allow unlimited flexibility over morphing, manipulating and processing.
Pricing and Availability:
Introductory Price: €99 (regular price: €149)
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