Glaze - A Free Vocal Instrument From NI

US Native Instruments' free holiday gift offers smooth vocals for pop, hip hop, and R&B      08/12/23

Native Instruments has a free gift for the season. They say that Glaze will unlock high-gloss vocals. Here's the details in their own words...

Dive into Glaze's world of smooth vocals – perfect for pop, hip hop, and R&B. Claim your free gift now and add creative layers to your productions with a producer-favorite Kontakt Play Series instrument.

GLAZE delivers glossy vocal vibes on tap – from wide stacked chords and pads, to leads, bass timbres, and more. Recorded with a diverse range of live vocalists, it can do up-front vox duties on lustrous pop and silky smooth R&B, as well as processed melodics for hip hop and trap trickery. New Riff and Run presets let you create original vocal runs by combining chopped samples mapped to a scale, and preset macros make it quick and easy to add a little extra seasoning to your licks.

Originally a custom vocal instrument for collaborating with pop artists, GLAZE was built in collaboration with legendary engineers Curtis "Sauce" Wilson and Rochad Holiday after working with the likes of Ne-Yo, Ariana Grande, Will Smith, and Dr Dre.

  • Versatile vocals that hit different for pop, hip hop, R&B and beyond
  • Play with Riffs and Runs, chopped vocal lines mapped to scales for natural sounding sequences
  • Explore 148 presets of vocal licks, stacked chords, and even bass and pad sounds, or create your own
  • Part of the Play Series: Great-sounding presets and real-time control in an intuitive interface

Pricing and Availability:

Free

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