Cinematic Sample Library From Glass Bowls

US Riot Audio releases Bowed Glass Clouds      10/06/19

Riot Audio has released its first Kontakt sample library, Bowed Glass Clouds. They tell us that it’s a cinematic sample library running in Native Instrument’s Kontakt 5.8 and above with a morphing pad engine creates rich, organic evolving textures with sounds sourced from bowed glass bowls and jars. Here’s more details from this new developer…


BOWED GLASS CLOUDS is built on Riot Audio’s proprietary CLOUDS engine which contains an individually adjustable three-octave spread and two main layers (A & B) with two sublayers each. It uses Kontakt’s AET Filter technology and equal power crossfading to morph between these different layers. There is a resulting total of 12 layers that can be morphed, blended and automated to create a wide variety of complex, evolving textures.

Bowed Glass Clouds at a glance

  • Multi-layer morphing pad instrument running in Kontakt 5.8 and above
  • Source sounds include: bowed glass bowls, bowed glass jar, Ebow piano and resonator guitar, household hoover
  • Instant rich, organic evolving pad textures
  • Built with Riot Audio’s proprietary “Clouds” engine which uses Kontakt’s AET Filter morphing technology
  • 12 layers of sound
  • Free for download for a limited period until July 30th


Pricing and Availability:
BOWED GLASS CLOUDS will be available for a limited period for free until July 30th 2019 on Riot Audio’s website. Users will be asked to subscribe to a mailing list and receive a download link.

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