Soundiron Releases Iron Pack 04

US New micro-library explores atmospheric children's choral atmospheres and melodic tones      16/05/14

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Soundiron has released the latest in their new micro-library series - Iron Pack #4. They tell us that the latest edition explores atmospheric children's choral atmospheres and melodic tones -  all for only $2.99 until May 27th. Here's the details in Soundiron's own words...

Iron Pack
Iron Pack 04 features eleven creative ambient and tonal synth pad instruments designed using English boy's choir recordings. The main preset in the set is a beautiful acoustic choral sustain preset, featuring layered Ah (p) and OO (f) vowel sustains that we've hand selected from our famous Mercury Symphonic Boychoir library. We've included all of our favorite user controls in the Kontakt instruments, including the "Edge" knob for extreme shape transformations and the "Wind" convolution reverb selector, with 5 great halls/rooms and 5 creative FX impulses.

You'll find regular unlocked nki presets for the full version of Kontakt 4.2.4 or later, as well as universal open source SFZ presets, if you don't own Kontakt. The SFZ presets can be used in the free Sforzando Player, as a plugin or stand-alone engine, just like Kontakt. It can also be used in the free Alchemy Player by Camel Audio! The SFZ presets offer great sound, control features and playability.

Pricing and Availability:

$2.99. This library requires the full version of Kontakt 4.2.4 or later or an SFZ 2.0 compatible engine, such as Plogue's Sforzando Player, Linux Sampler or Camel Alchemy.

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