STRING PEAKS

  • Cinematic guitar sounds, textures and loops with Eno collaborator Leo Abrahams
  • Evo Grid GUI for incredible control over sound design
  • Over 89,000 samples


DISTORTED SOUNDSCAPES

Taking the humble six-string into new and uncharted territory, this modern cinematic toolkit utilizes a huge selection of techniques and sounds to make the guitar as powerful as an orchestra. The sounds, textures and loops here take on the ambient, the apocalyptic, and everything in between, giving composers a huge sonic palette to work with. Created and performed exclusively by renowned guitar innovator and Eno collaborator Leo Abrahams, these recordings combined with Spitfire Audio’s Evo Grid give a multitude of ways to captivate your audience, and compose guitar in a totally new way.

ABOUT SPITFIRE AUDIO

Founded by two award-winning composers, Spitfire Audio have recorded and released over 60 sample libraries and collaborated with names like Hans Zimmer, Eric Whitacre, Ólafur Arnalds & the London Contemporary Orchestra. Dedicated not just to the highest quality of audio samples but also a diverse array of composers and forward-thinking soundtracks they aim to inspire the next generation of film composers.

AT A GLANCE

Product type: KONTAKT instrument
For use with: Free KONTAKT PLAYER or KONTAKT
Download size: 46.8 GB
System requirements: Free KONTAKT PLAYER or KONTAKT
Please also see the KONTAKT PLAYER system requirements and the KONTAKT PLAYER FAQ.
You can install this instrument with Native Access – just as you would with any Native Instruments product.

HOW NKS CAN HELP YOU

NKS connects KOMPLETE KONTROL keyboards, MASCHINE hardware, and third-party controllers to hundreds of software instruments and effects – not just from NI, but from over 90 leading plug-in developers. Enjoy your products with streamlined browsing, unified workflow, and key parameters pre-mapped by the designers themselves. It’s now even easier to bring your new sounds to life.

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