Vir2 Instruments newest sample library for Kontakt 5 Player is called Vital Series: Sticks and offers a unique collection of recorded sounds played with sticks!
The music company Vir2, best-known for their sample-based instruments expand today their range of products with the Vital Series: Sticks. It’s a new library for the Native Instruments Kontakt 5 Player that features a unique collection of different stick types played on various objects.
Interesting new sounds especially for lovers of percussive sample libraries.
STICKS offers many interesting combinations including a steel brush played on a cardboard box, a timpani mallet played on an old wooden drawer, and a bamboo cajon stick played on an 8-foot long piece of sheet metal. In total, there are 80 different combinations of sticks and objects to fill a large variety of different musical styles and settings.
An extensive amount of time went into searching for the exciting and quirky sounds included in this instrument. Kitchens, offices, and even dumpsters were raided in the quest for surfaces to record. Every instrument was recorded dry and in stereo for maximum flexibility when it comes to your mix.
- 23 stick types.
- 20 sound surfaces.
- 80 total unique sounds.
- Dry, stereo samples with up to 4 velocity layers and 13 round robins.
- All instruments in one patch for easy and creative layering.
- Full Komplete Kontrol & Maschine integration.
- Over 2GB of uncompressed content.
Sticks is now available for the intro price of $149.95 USD until January 31st, 2018 (regular $199.95 USD).
More information here: Vital Series: Sticks