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Nuclear Winter

A collection of strange, eerie, nostalgic, alluring and peculiarly imperfect patches for Kontakt

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Imagine a dark, destitute world, days after several nuclear blasts lay waste to the majority of the planet. This is the vision of the new sample library. No, it's not pretty, nor is something we ever want to see in reality. However, we can live it through sound. The sounds derive from a variety of sound sources --from various types of digital synths (including Factory by Sugar Bytes and Loom by Air Music Technology) as well as acoustic sound sources (bowed instruments, pianos and more). Various noise effects were also used to process the samples (including vinyl and tape effects). Most patches have 3 velocity layers. For the Kontakt patches, I used Jeremiah Pena's Photosynthesis engine. https://www.exoticstates.com/photosynthesis/engine/ Contents: 551MB Samples Uncompressed (109 total samples, 44100Hz 16bit) 37 Kontakt Patches (+7 Multis) There are 34 snapshots. In order to use the snapshots, you will need to place them directly into the main Native Instruments user content folder. For example, this is my snapshot folder path: Local Disk (C) > Users > User > Documents > Native Instruments > User Content > Kontakt IMPORTANT: The Full Version of Kontakt 5.6.6 (R16) is required to use the patches without limitation. Link to Factory http://sugar-bytes.de/content/products/Factory/index.php?lang= Link to Loom http://www.airmusictech.com/product/loom#.WQTL0ca1suY

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