Vintage Synth For Kontakt

Gothic Instruments describe DRONAR as an atmosphere creation tool      14/12/17

Buying Choices

Gothic Instruments says that, with a retro futuristic vibe reminiscent of the classic 80's synth from which the sounds were derived, DRONAR Vintage Synth is the sixth module in their ine of atmosphere creation tools.

A spokesperson said, "Transport your audience into an evolving universe of sound, building trepidation, tension, energy and wonder. DRONAR instantly adds low, mid-range and high sounds plus FX so you barely need other sounds or instruments to quickly create a complete piece of atmospheric music."

SUMMARY OF FEATURES

  • Expressive soundscapes and atmospheric pads creator
  • 259 .nki patches
  • 2,589 samples
  • Total library size: 3.43GB
  • Developed for the full (paid for) version of Kontakt 5.7.1 or higher
  • Raw audio material derived from a classic 80´s synth
  • Sounds recorded and processed by Hollywood Trailer sound designer Alessandro Camnasio
  • Evolving, rich and complex sounds that would otherwise take hours to create
  • Highly customisable with easy to use controls
  • The ideal tool for movie, tv and video game soundtracks
  • Excellent for a wide range of genres
  • Also great for dark ambient and electronic music
  • Expert and beginner friendly
  • 5 pages of simple controls deliver massive control
  • Dive deeper with DRONAR´s unique independent arpeggiators
  • Random button for instant and inspiring new sounds
  • Onboard FX provide further sound design opportunities



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