Native Instruments just released LORES, the latest addition to their range of KONTAKT instruments, in collaboration with world-class sample library developer Evolution Series. If music is a story, LORES is the narrator, inviting listeners on a sonic trip around the world to hear a unique
I don’t know anyone who gives away presents on their own birthday but hey, I’ll take it. Native Instruments have today released a free KONTAKT instrument appropriately named Twenty-Five, in celebration of NI’s 25th anniversary. The instrument takes form as part of the Play Series
Karanyi’s new Continuo instrument is a complex texture instrument for the Native Instruments Kontakt software sampler, all sampled from experimental ambient guitar and pedal chains — ideal for creating endless pads, unusual soundscapes, characteristic atmospheres and experimental sublayers. This is the first release of Karanyi
Native Instruments, iZotope, Plugin Alliance, Brainworx, and Sound Stacks Join Forces Under Parent Company Soundwide
Soundwide is the newly named parent company that includes Native Instruments, Plugin Alliance, Brainworx, and Sound Stacks. Soundwide brings iZotope and Native Instruments together in one unified group, alongside the popular audio plugin platform Plugin Alliance and audio software company Brainworx who have recently joined.
Native Instruments’ new ASHLIGHT release joins STRAYLIGHT and PHARLIGHT as a cinematic trio of sample based granular KONTAKT instruments dubbed ‘The Light Trilogy’. It shares the atmospheric soundscape focus the series is known for but takes things in a much darker, and more rhythmic direction. The interface will be familiar to anyone acquainted with the
Most synthesizers these days seem to fall into (at least) one of three categories: subtractive, wavetable, or sample based. So what’s the difference between these categories, and are they all mutually exclusive? Let’s investigate and try to find out. For simplicity’s sake, let’s generalize and
Native Instruments have again collaborated with Galaxy Instruments to release PIANO COLORS, an experimental and highly expressive piano-based Kontakt Instrument. Following in the footsteps of their recent Noire instrument, PIANO COLORS utilizes innovative performance and sampling techniques and creative modulation and an inspiring interface to create an instrument