Soniccouture Releases Morpheus 2

US Ambient Percussion instrument for Kontakt gets the NKS upgrade      01/05/18

Soniccouture Releases Morpheus 2


Soniccouture has announced a major series of NKS upgrades to their product line, starting with Morpheus. This is what they have to say about it...

Named after the Greek god of dreams, the Morpheus is an aluminium percussion instrument made by the US company Freenotes. The instrument is modular; the keys can be rearranged in any order you like, as each metal bar is attached to its own tuned resonator.

Morpheus features a range of custom processors, sequencers and generators to create floating musical soundscapes and textures.

• Calder: Drift notes in space like a ceiling mobile
• Jammer: Arperggiator that evolves it's own patterns
• Chord Mutate: Turn a single chord into an entire track
• Tremolo: route filters, pitch or volume to tremolo modulation
• Ensemble: Detune and delay sample layers
• Strum: Run mallets up and down using the modwheel

Fully compatible with Kontakt Player & NKS

Pricing and Availability:
€89 / $99 Until 11th May 2018 you can get 40% off Morpheus v2.
ENTER CODE: REDPILL

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