Sonic LAB: Output Analog Brass and Winds

US Kontakt based hybrid library combines instruments with synths      19/03/18
    MP4 14:39 mins    

Output have made quite a name for themselves in a short period of time. Their Kontakt based instruments combine regular samples together with highly scripted synthesis and sample manipulation with nicely designed GUIs.

The latest instrument is Analog Brass and Winds - a library which uses custom brass samples combined with classic synths to give you some unique sounds - even though many of them aren't what could be described as traditional brass sounds, they still have an underlying brassiness to them. 

The interface features four macro controls which give you a lot of direct tonal control over the sound as well as plenty of under the hood parameter tweaking.

Dan M Gadea takes a look for us.

System Requirements

  • ANALOG BRASS AND WINDS runs in Kontakt or Free Kontakt player version 5.7.1 (R35) or higher.
  • Mac OS X 10.10 or later.
  • Windows 7 or later.
  • At least 4 GB of RAM (8 GB recommended), and 30 GB of free drive space.
  • Access to a stable internet connection for digital delivery and activation is required.
  • All new Native Instruments software requires a minimum of OS X 10.10 or Windows 7.

Analog Brass and Wind is available now priced at $199.

Available from the Output.com website


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