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I'm calling it "The Mistake" because it didn't turn out quite how I wanted it to (though the experiment itself was a success). It is part of an experiment based on preparation for one of my next libraries --Deep Conjuring: Part II. The novelty lies in turning the dry/wet knob of a certain effect based on the relative velocity layers. In other words, for this particular library, a certain effect was used, and the quieter the sample, the wetter the effect. So there is a 3 layer gradient effect of that sample based on how hard you press the keys. When you press it very hard, the effect almost completely disappears. The mistake was in that the velocity of each velocity layer is not consistent across the keyboard. It would be possible to correct this somewhat by changing the start point of each sample, to a more appropriately volumed section. I plan to use this velocity dependent gradient effect to a much more extensive degree in "Deep Conjuring: Part II" For this particular experiment I used the plugin from Sound Toys known as "Little AlterBoy", available here http://www.soundtoys.com/product/little-alterboy/ The part which I do not think was a mistake, is the effect created by reversing the samples. It creates a strange synthetic strings tremolo effect, which I think is quite cool and could be useful I'm sure. Enjoy, it's Free! Please note: The Full Version of Kontakt 5.6.0 (R46) is required to use the patches without limitation. However, the uncompressed wav files are accessible, so you do not need full Kontakt to use the samples themselves. The Sample Content comes to about 900MB uncompressed. Jeremiah Penas Photosynthesis engine was used https://www.exoticstates.com/photosynthesis/engine/ Merry Christmas!

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