Granular Instrument For Kontakt

AQUIVER's custom granular engine plays hundreds of small grains of audio with low CPU impact      14/02/19

Rigid Audio tells us that AQUIVER delivers 300 powerful, deep and soaring granular sounds. They say that it is powered by a custom granular engine that can play hundreds of small grains of audio with no huge CPU impact, and is ideal for movie scoring, underscore and futuristic sound design.

A spokesperson said, "AQUIVER features realtime recording of knob movements, a FX engine with bread-and-butter effects and a unique lock switch. Using that, you can skip through instruments while locking the current settings in place. Perfect for trying out different sounds without loosing current knob and/or effect settings. All the parameters of the effects section can be modulated in realtime with one knob as well."

Features:

  • 300 preset instruments
  • strings, noises, sweeps, textures, atmospheres and soundscapes
  • custom low-CPU granular engine
  • effects section with filter, flanger, phaser, delay and reverb
  • effect settings can be modulated via the effect knob in realtime
  • grain control: flux, spray, smooth, shift, detune and transpose
  • realtime knob movement recording for interesting patterns
  • lock button to switch sounds without loosing current settings
  • retrig button for retriggering knob movement recordings
  • low CPU and memory footprint
  • fully automatable
  • instantly useable and inspiring sounds right at your fingertips
  • 100% royalty free
  • instant download after purchase from fast servers
  • Full version of KONTAKT 5.8.1+ required

 

Pricing and Availability:
Pre-order at $4.99 for a limited time

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