Fission A

Fission A is a new library for Kontakt 6 and is inspired by works of Hildur Guðnadóttir and specially her soundtrack for the outstanding HBO series Chernobyl.

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Size

4.7GB

Format

About

Fission A is a new library for Kontakt 6 and is inspired by works of Hildur Guðnadóttir and specially her soundtrack for the outstanding HBO serie Chernobyl. This library is created together with the Fission B library for Omnisphere 2. Both use the same sound sources but are meant to be complimentary. If you want to order them as a bundle, add both products to the cart use the coupon FISSIONBUNDLE to receive an additional 15% discount.

Ever since watching the first minutes of the Chernobyl series I was drawn to its sound universe and I started recording and creating sounds for a project inspired by this. Now a few months further this has resulted in the Fission A and B libraries. I created 200 sound sources from recordings of an old cello, a bassoon, some flutes, a few bass guitars, a piano, from my guitars, from field recordings and sounds that I created within various synths. I mangled all the sounds to create a dark atmosphere.


Features

  • 2 layers with indepent control for volume, pan and ADSR, filter and filter envelope
  • User Sample drag and drop
  • LFO control for each layer
  • Big knob with assignable FX
  • Dedicated FX page with Imager, Skreamer, Phasis, Flanger, Choral, Flair and Lo-fi
  • Arpeggiator
  • Convolution Reverb
  • Replika Delay

Specifications

  • 200 sound sources
  • 200 snapshots
  • 4.71 GB (1000+ samples – compressed NCW)
  • Installed via the Pulse Downloader App (If you wish a manual download link, contact me after your purchase at [email protected])
  • Watermarked sample

Requirements

Kontakt Full 6.2.1+ (Does NOT work with Kontakt Player)

Operating System

N/A

RAM

N/A


Content

“To be blunt, you are not going to be composing the sequel to a feel-good Disney movie with this library. I think what fascinates me most, is the vintage dusty attic feel as if you were transported to a different, nostalgic time long ago where you get the sense of something familiar yet the sense of also being displaced.”

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