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Kontakt, instruments

KONTAKT ~ 60 GB
We are proud to present MOJO 2: Horn Section, our biggest and most advanced instrument to date! After the release of the hugely successful MOJO: Horn Section, we knew its sequel had to build upon the already advanced sampling and playability of the first volume. We went back to the drawing board, fully redesigned the instrument, and recorded all brand new samples. MOJO 2 delivers the most flexible and innovative approach to Pop, Funk, Jazz, and Big Band horns ever created in a virtual instrument with an incredibly simple but feature-packed interface. After years of development by an amazingly talented team, we’re proud to release the premier horn section of the decade.

CRAFT THE PERFECT HORN SECTION
We recorded 13 different brass and reed instruments for MOJO 2 to fulfill any horn need you’ll encounter. Each horn comes with 13 different articulations including Sustains, Staccato, Stabs, Bend Down, Octave Run Down & Up, Doits, Rise To Hit, Shakes, Trills, Swells, Crescendos, and Falls, as well as up to four velocity layers and three round robins.


TRUE LEGATO
With Legato Mode you can play the most realistic melodies possible. We meticulously recorded the transition period between each and every note, allowing you to play beautiful horn lines that sound truly lifelike.

A FULL HORN ENSEMBLE
MOJO 2 lets you instantly adjust from 1 to 10 players per instrument to add extra depth and power to your performance. Further parameters give you control over the humanization and stereo spread of the ensemble.

CUSTOMIZE YOUR SOUND
Blend the three available mic positions (close, near, and room) to get the perfect mix. Utilize keynoise overlay to introduce the sound of the musician's interaction with the instrument, and tailor the horns with an extensive FX suite.

MUSIC THROUGH THE AGES
There are four unique Era modes which act as time machines, effortlessly transporting all thirteen included horns from one iconic era to the next. Era settings include: Modern, Retro (60’s-70’s), Vintage 1 (40’s-50’s), and Vintage 2 (20’s-30’s).

PERFORMANCE PAGE
The Performance page offers both global and articulation-specific controls. Dive into the customization of how the horn parts are played and how the sound is shaped with powerful controls over volume, release length, legato, sustain vibrato (real and simulated), pitch bend range, keynoise, round robins, and more.

MIXER PAGE
The Mixer page includes controls for all three mic positions: close, near, and room, as well as a full mix option (a pre-mix of all three mic positions for an easier memory load). Also, control your ensemble settings here with options from 1 to 10 players for a fuller sound.

EFFECTS PAGE
All the included effects have been specifically curated for MOJO 2 to ensure you get the best possible results. Control the EQ, Cabinet, Saturation, Tape Saturator, Compressor, Limiter, Delay, and Reverb, each with their own specific parameters and presets.

KEY MAPPING PAGE
Customize the keyboard layout and change how and where the different articulations and release samples are triggered. It has never been easier for an instrument to integrate with your workflow!


MOJO 2: HORN SECTION SUMMARY
Product Features:
- 13 brass & reed instruments: Alto Sax, Baritone Sax, Tenor Sax, Soprano Sax, Clarinet, Flugelhorn, French Horn, Trombone, Bass Trombone, Muted Trombone, Trumpet, Piccolo Trumpet, and Muted Trumpet
- 13 articulations per instrument: Sustains, Staccato, Stabs, Bend Down, Octave Run Down & Up, Doits, Rise To Hit, Shakes, Trills, Swells, Crescendos, and Falls
- Four Era presets for retro, vintage, and modern sounds
- 3 separate mic positions: close, near, and room
- Additional Full Mix - a processed stereo mix of the 3 mic positions for an easier memory load
- Recorded with True Legato for the most realistic performances possible
- Ensemble settings for 1 to 10 players per instrument
- Up to 4 velocity layers and 3 round robins
- Dozens of presets for creative starting points
- 9 powerful effects for further customization
- Unique and intuitive GUI
- Full Komplete Kontrol & Maschine integration


System Requirements:
- 128GB of free disk space to install and 64GB once installed
- Kontakt 5 Player or Kontakt 5 (version 5.8.1 or higher)
- 8GB RAM or more (16GB+ recommended)
- MAC: OSX 10.11 or higher / Intel Core i5 or later
- WINDOWS: OS 7 or higher / 32 or 64 bit compatible / Intel Core i5 or equivalent CPU

Kontakt Full version 5.8.1 or higher


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comments

  Resident 24.01.2012 4 421
+155
Nice, I just wanted test some nice big brass libs :)

Tnx
The Matrix is a documentary...
  Member 4.07.2013 2 45
+23
the Comment has been Removed
  Resident 4.06.2011 203
+5
Woaw !!!!! Impressive...
Thanks for the amazing work !!
  Resident 14.08.2012 2 263
+48
wow wow wow no Comment Jus big Thanks Audioz
  Resident 28.08.2016 25 371
+1849
Doesn't sound too great when compared to the horns in the swing series
Buy the stuff you use from here
  Resident 3.11.2013 91
+15
Hi Cashmeere,

Thanks for the quick comparison. Would you please give me the full name of the Swing Series so I can take a look? Hope this is not off-topic, or please pl me if in doubt.
  Resident 16.11.2013 5 595
+311
quote by remHi Cashmeere,

Thanks for the quick comparison. Would you please give me the full name of the Swing Series so I can take a look? Hope this is not off-topic, or please pl me if in doubt.

Sorry Cashmeere, but both Swing and Swing 2 were here but have been removed several, several months ago.
But if you wanted to search the net for them, they are -
Project Sam - Swing - Kontakt
& Project Sam - Swing More - Kontakt
  Resident 9.10.2013 155
+47
I also think it's from ProjectSAM.

  Resident 3.11.2013 91
+15
Thank you all. Yes, Project Sam, of course. They had some great libraries.
  Resident 1.02.2017 334
+99
Let's see if it's better than Chris Hein Horns.
  Resident 26.05.2012 14 963
+466
OMG... anything is better than Chris Hein (well, almost anything)...
  Resident 12.11.2013 180
+37
I'm not sure, but Swing is more a jazzy library, while this one seems to be more on the latin music side... Correct me if I'm wrong...
  Resident 22.03.2012 384
+66
Thanks for this Talula. I was starting to wonder if Vir2 was still alive.
  Resident 16.03.2014 1063
+287
Just wondering how it sounds compared to Session Horns which is twice smaller on the hard drive.
I wasn't too convinced by the 1st one, this is why I chose Sessions Horns which was then much easier to use.
  Resident 16.01.2014 2 160
+54
Could someone upload just clarinets, please?
  Member 18.11.2017 37
+4
60 GB from rapidgator...uhm...estimated finish time...3 years, 2 months, 13 days. Ok, i'll wait next release
  Resident 4.06.2012 319
+77
With Real Debrid took about 20 minutes :)
  Member 18.11.2017 37
+4
Just kidding. Of course I thank for the release.
  Resident 1.02.2017 334
+99
And Oboom is working today, thanks God!
It seems that extracting will take longer than downloading it.
First it started with 1MB/s, later on after 30% it's around 25MB/s.
Vibrato must be difficult to rar.
  Member 28.01.2018 1 296
+104
At Gordon Shumway - WTF? I'm Googling "Real Debrid" immediately!!
Learn how to make tight, radio-ready mixes with the STOCK plugins in your DAW. After that, THEN you can horde out!
  Resident 12.03.2014 356
+179
You gotta love that 33.6k modem ;)
  Member 18.11.2017 37
+4
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  Member 10.01.2019 26
0
when is this available as a free version and not as a premium?


because it is missing in my collection
  Member 24.10.2016 1 60
+52
What happened this year? Did everyone decide "hey, let's make a horns library?"
  Member 28.01.2018 1 296
+104
the Comment has been Removed
Learn how to make tight, radio-ready mixes with the STOCK plugins in your DAW. After that, THEN you can horde out!
  Member 22.10.2013 7 447
+359
15 minutes using uploaded with Jdownloader. 600 Mb Connection
  Resident 30.01.2014 7 1161
+184
600 mb/sec. ?
  Member 28.01.2018 1 296
+104
I don't even think fiber optics goes THAT fast. I think he meant 600 Kb/sec, but you can't d/l 60GB in 15 minutes at 600 Kb/sec. I have a pretty fast system but I'm sure that some people here can't even transfer 60 GB from one internal drive to another one in 15 minutes, depending on how big and how many files there are of course. Even torrenting, I only see download speeds max out at around 3.5 - 4 MB/sec.
Learn how to make tight, radio-ready mixes with the STOCK plugins in your DAW. After that, THEN you can horde out!
  Resident 19.11.2013 1 1511
+1271
Some countries have line speeds of 1000Mbps (Megabits per sec) , divided by 8 equals an actual download speed of 125MBps (MegaBytes per sec)
His maximum internet line speed is 600Mbps (Megabits per sec), so download speed is maximum 75MBps (MegaBytes per sec).
At that speed you can download 67GB in 15 minutes.

If you use the Oboom way of downloading, you will see how fast it is downloaded from UL to Oboom, so obviously they are on very fast speeds too.

My line speed is around 48Mbps, so I get 6MBps downloads.

Internet companies advertise using line speed Megabits per second because it looks more impressive, so if you have an 8Mbps plan, your maximum download speed will be 1MBps.

I thought I downloaded this, but now I can't find it... :)
  Resident 30.01.2014 7 1161
+184
@Daz - Thought about that later too. It's Mbit/sec. of course.

Gotta divide that by 8 to get to the MB/sec. dl speed.

That fits the time said it would take to dl this too. ;)

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