Native Instruments has released SEQUIS, the latest addition to their range of KONTAKT-based instruments, created with Orchestral Tools. This is what they have to say about it...
An instrument that will appeal to music producers and media composers alike, SEQUIS is the follow up to ARKHIS -- NI's hugely successful instrument for cutting-edge cinematic underscoring. Both instruments were developed in partnership with Orchestral Tools -- the legendary Berlin-based instrument design studio famed for their blockbuster sounds.
This time the focus is on rhythmic themes and looping phrases. The instrument draws from a rich variety of inspiring acoustic samples including atmospheric strings, delicate flutes, driving percussion, and even human voice. These sounds are then harnessed within an intuitive 16-step sequencer to allow producers to quickly create evolving pads and complex patterns perfect for cinematic sci-fi and dancefloors alike.
To celebrate the release, NI is offering ARKHIS and SEQUIS together as a bundle, with a saving of over 35% until November 3, 2021.
In the walkthrough video you can watch product specialist Reuben Cornell as he takes a look under the hood to run through some of the instrument's key features.
Pricing and Availability:
SEQUIS is available from October 14, 2021 at the Native Instruments online shop, with a 25% discount until November 3, 2021.
EUR 199 / USD 199 / YEN 26800 / GBP 179 / AUD 299 / CAD 259 / CHF 209 / CNY 1599
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