Native Instruments ARKHIS v1.0.0 KONTAKT

Native Instruments ARKHIS v1.0.0 KONTAKT
Size File: 12.31 GB
Ultra-modern, modernist composition.
Quickly create powerful, atmospheric score for any project

90 is layered, modern sound source recorded at the legendary Berlin Teldex Scoring Stage
Created in collaboration with a pioneer in the production of instruments Orchestral Tools
Big screen - be it sand fantasy in the style of neo-noir or a good imagination, emphasizing - is the final touch that can make or break a cinematic experience. ARKHIS - a specialized tool for cutting-edge sound of orchestral soundtracks that enliven the scene. Created in collaboration with Orchestral Tools, it combines premium sample library with an easy-to-use overlay layers mechanism
Create a scene with sound - layering a huge range of tonal play an instrument to create everything from evolutionary transitions to fast focus for action on the screen. An extensive collection of orchestral and ensemble sounds create the accompaniment, and solo instruments attached to their proximity more subtle meaning. Less common sounds in the style of Hollywood, such as water phones and cymbals, great for the essential, and sometimes closer textures, when the story is necessary. Recorded at the legendary stage Teldex Scoring in Berlin, each sound source reflects the modern borders, widespread modern cinematic scores.
Directly to the picture - ARKHIS designed to convert works into your workflow, allowing you to focus on the important - convincing storytelling. Change tools with one click, dial effects and make the last passages in real time. Quickly accentuate the dynamic changes in action and remember the theme thin as new ways of storytelling.
Engine - ARKHIS built around a central playback unit that can be quickly and easily used with any MIDI-controller. Select one of 90 sound sources to appoint three independent modulation layer, which can be laid from left to right, using one element morphing control. Collect traffic and additional colors in real time to a central control and FX LFO for thin builds in the atmosphere or to create variations on the theme of the whole scene.

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