Realitone NIGHTFALL hybrid organic strings toolkit for contemporary composers now shipping
vendredi 11 novembre 2022, 00:59 , par Music Industry NewsWire
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. /MUSEWIRE – Music Industry Newswire/ — Realitone has announced their new flagship sample library, NIGHTFALL – hybrid organic strings toolkit, is now shipping. A collection of unique sustains, drones, textures, soundscapes, shorts, signatures, sound design effects, repetitions, pulses and loops, combined with our flexible 2-layer blending system and intuitive effects controls makes NIGHTFALL a versatile instrument to give you an original sonic advantage.
According to the company, NIGHTFALL is built from the raw recordings of Sunset Strings (voted Best Strings Library of 2021 by Sample Library Review), and shares its high quality, organic, and cinematic sound qualities, then takes it to whole new levels. From heightened “prettiness” to absolute mangling.
Nightfall is an intense collection of unique sustains, drones, textures, shorts, soundscapes, sound design effects, repetitions, pulses and loops. All combined with our flexible 2-layer blending system. Plus (brand new!) a mod-wheel controlled effects system that takes this to a whole new level.
The organic shorts are processed to be production-ready, yet maintain the natural and organic quality of a string section. But we knew we could push our samples even further, and created a versatile toolkit of hybrid shorts, evolved from real string performances.
Reverse Effects are perfect for adding interest to a piece and transitioning from one section to the next. From blockbuster ostinatos to delicate whisps and shimmers, the shorts category has you covered.
Nightfall runs in the free Kontakt Player, and has all the NKS bells and whistles.
Intro pricing is $129 (normal $199). 30 day money back guarantee.
LEARN MORE AT: https://realitone.com/products/nightfall
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