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Output, a relatively new content producer has recently been making waves with their well thought out and stunning GUI designs, inventive Kontakt scripting and genuinely evocative sonic content.
Their latest product SIGNAL doesn’t disappoint with its over 40 GB of content and beautifully intuitive interface.
Consisting of 4 “Pulse” engines the user has full control over unique rhythmic layered synthesis.
build in layering of both synthetic sound sources and acoustic recorded sources allow for interesting textures.
the 4 macro controls vary from patch to patch and give quick control of some of the most interesting sonic sculpting features. For those of us that like to dive deeper, there is also an advanced edit mode that gives you full control.
the Rythmic aspect of Signal really sets it apart by giving you complex LFO patterns, a step sequencer per part, Arpegiators, and an interesting Looper effect that lets you loop sections of the sound source to interesting effect.
These rhythms can all be tempo sync’d and utilized to create deep syncopated patterns, Lush evolving textures and even sharp biting leads and basses.
Of course all of this is up to the user, you can turn off these aspects if you just want access to the raw sounds, or you can opt to use any of the beautiful built in effects to sculpt your own sounds.
If you have the Full version of Kontakt you can even import your own sound sources.
Overall I really enjoy this library and it ranks up in the top 5 of my favorite Kontakt libraries.
definitely worth checking out.
- 500 Pulse Instruments for instant playability
- A massive array of content
- 40GB including analog synths, digital synths and organic instruments
- Up to 4 separate pulses at one time
- All pulses lock to tempo
- Rhythms: Looper, Step Sequencers, Arpeggiators, LFOs
- 4 central MACRO sliders unique to each of the 500 Pulse Instruments
Grab it now and get 2 free expansion libraries FREE.
Priced at $199 on sale now from Output‘s website