Sign In
  • This site requires JavaScript to be enabled in your browser. Learn how.
  • Our site uses Cookies. By using our site you agree to our use of Cookies.


Multi-layer resonant-filter instrument for Kontakt



Michael Bietenholz

Deep and devious Kontakt programming


Here's a complex, analogue resonant-filter sound for you. It consists of four separate layers, the two main ones providing a nice stereo sound with just enough detuning to make it fat, a separate sine-layer to make sure that the bass-oomph is always there, and a unique "buzz" layer, which is occasionally triggered to provide just a bit of rattle and buzz, so each note is a bit different. There's a Kontakt script which implements a legato mode, much like most analog synths, where legato notes play without retriggering the sample or the filter envelope. A button controls whether its polyphonic or in legato mode, both modes can be heard on the demo. The mod-wheel is routed to the filter cutoff, and the Kontakt interface has knobs to allow other fiddlings, because this is a fiddling sort of sound! (compatible with Kontakt 2.2.4 or higher)


Michael Bietenholz


5.3 MB,8files

MD5 Hash: 1293969a3359d56ea08513b0c16950e3
  1. saurus.nki … 6.0 KB
  2. saurus.txt … 1.3 KB
  3. saurus3b.tga … 286.9 KB
  4. short-440-sine.wav … 6.3 KB
  5. dbl-pulse-3.wav … 1.2 MB
  6. dbl-pulse-0.wav … 1.2 MB
  7. dbl-pulse-5.wav … 1.2 MB
  8. dbl-pulse-od.wav … 2.4 MB
  1. Kontakt
  1. Instrument
  2. PsyTrance
  3. Trance
Comments powered by Disqus

33 Musical Genres

41 Sample Formats

You & Us