Wobblophones Splash KONTAKT
KONTAKT - 424 MB
Splash is a unique water sound library. It is like a liquid piano that drips and streams out of your speakers. Splash’s sounds evoke vivid imagery, adding an almost visual dimension to your music and sound design. For Splash we precisely captured three octaves of tuned falling drops and streams of water.
In the Splash library you will find two virtual instruments:
Splash and Nebulon Splash
With the Splash instrument you control the splashiness of the drops and streams. The Splash instrument can also increase and reduce the bubbles in the water. Splashiness and bubbles are visualised in an animated, easy to use and fun interface. The Splash instrument has three octaves of chromatically tuned drops and streams.
When you want to dive deeper, you can use the fine tune panel for making incredibly detailed adjustments.
Using the built-in effects you can further fine tune Splash's sound or completely transform what you hear.
Nebulon Splash is an advanced granular sample player that splits all water samples into small grains. One drop can be enough for Nebulon Splash to create oceans of atmospheres, pads, textures and sound effects. Nebulon Splash comes preloaded with all sounds from the Splash instrument, and a collection of extra high-quality recorded water sounds. For creating aquatic rhythmical patterns, Nebulon Splash has a built-in sequencer.
With the effects controls, located on the FX panel, you can tweak Nebulon Splash's dynamics with the compressor, color the sound with some EQ, bounce the sounds with the delay, and add a good amount of lush reverb.
In the Splash library you will find:
+ The Splash virtual instrument
- 3 octaves, chromatically tuned
- 5 round robins
+ The Nebulon Splash virtual instrument
- all 3 octaves from the Splash instrument
- extra water samples, especially recorded for Nebulon Splash
+ 57 snapshots
+ 333 MB of precisely recorded drops, streams and other water samples
+ Drop and stream samples recorded at 44.1 kHz, 24 bit
+ Extra water samples recorded at 96 kHz, 24 bit
+ A splashin' library that sounds like a liquid piano and much, much more!
Full version of Kontakt 5.5.2 or above required.