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Daniel Belik

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Daniel Belik

“Daniel Belik production” – is a company founded by Daniel Belichenko in 2014. The company specializing in the development of virtual musical instruments for Native Instruments Kontakt sampler. Our goal lies in creating the most comfortable and natural sounding instruments. According to our sound recording philosophy, the sound should be defined and surround as possible, at the same time, free of any reverberation. Creating a “dry” samples, we do not drag our concert halls in your mixes. Nevertheless, you can use the built-in reverberation at any time if you want. Besides, we always care to save CPU resources and a disk space, without losing functionality and convenience of using our tools.

  1. Music Box Free

    Little music box for your inspiration

    This music box differs from other music boxes. It has an unpolished, native sound, saturated with quickly breaking up overtones. It creates a fairytale sound, which works perfectly well for adventure, game music! Technical Info: > 24 bit/48 kHz > 2 mic positions: Close & Tree > 2x true RR > 2 sampled octaves: 28 notes, from C4 to D#6+ additional range > Natural noise of the Music Box mechanism (controlled) > Absolutely dry sound > 1 mysterious hall IR > Smart script & nice UI Requirements: > NI Kontakt 4.2.4 or later > 40 Mb of disk space Download user manual here: http://bit.ly/1HoTxVnRead more…

  2. Liner Horn

    Industrial Wind Instrument for Kontakt

    During the composition, there are situations when it is necessary to create a dramatic accent, for example, in the piece culmination. Usually, for this purpose the composers use variety of loud instruments such as percussion or brass. However, something more than just a traditional orchestra is required sometimes. In this case, one can try the sound of the powerful industrial air horns. Liner horn – it is your “bazooka in your pocket”, with which you get ultra-powerful wind bass in your Kontakt-orchestra. Just load it, set timbre with four mic positions, and you are ready to create the most epic track in history! In addition, you can use various built-in FX, or turn on the gate and get a textured rhythmic pattern. Technical Info: > 24 bit/48 kHz. > 4 mic positions: Upper, Bottom, Mid, Side. > Discrete 2x round robin. > 2 octaves: from C0 to B1 (over 100 recorded samples). > FX: Gate, Cutoff, Boost, Damage & Convolution Reverb with 1 IR. > 1 NKI file. > 110 MB installed. > Compatible with a Kontakt 4.2.3 (or later) 32/64-bit, PC/Mac. > Smart Kontakt scripting. > Nice, live UI. Requirements: > NI Kontakt 4.2.3 or later (full retail). > 110 Mb of disk space. Download user manual here: http://bit.ly/1DFudb8Read more…

  3. Siberian Samples Domra

    Slavonic String Instrument for Kontakt

    The domra is a long-necked Slavonic string instrument of the lute family with a round body and three metal strings. We sampled and scripted the most characteristic touches of domra – plucks, tremolo and tempo synchronized repetitions. Flexible controls and keyswitches allow to play authentic melodies as easily as accompaniment patterns. Very realistic legato on the tremolo was achieved by programming the three modes, controlled by velocity – non-legato, portamento and legato. Due to this, quick phrases sound as good as the slow ones. The most powerful feature of our instrument is repetition loops, which exactly synchronized to host tempo in tree proportions 1/1, 1/2, 2/1. Our Domra has 4 dynamic layers for each articulation and all samples are carefully synchronized to each other avoid phase negative interaction. This let us use dynamic morphing as for tremolo & repetition loops, as well as pluck samples. Therefore, you have 127 dynamic gradations instead of 4. Since we recorded plucks in 4 Round-Robin samples per each note, there are 508 different colors for each note in diapason! All dynamic layers are non-normalized, so virtual instrument expression sounds exactly like real. Technical Info: > 24 bit/44.1 kHz, over 1500 close-recorded samples. > 3 articulations: Pluck, Tremolo, Repetitions. > 3 Legato modes for tremolo: Non-legato, Portamento, Legato. > Discrete 4x round robin. > Repetition key. > 3rd “E” string choosing. > Built-in reverb with collection of 8 IR convolution spaces. > Single instrument for Kontakt 5.1 and higher, 32/64-bit, PC/Mac. > Mystical “X-pad” bonus patch. > 310 MB installed. Requirements: > NI Kontakt 5.1 or later (full retail). > 310 Mb of disk space. Download user guide here: http://bit.ly/1H9ZF5hRead more…

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