Publisher : Native Instruments
Website : Native Instruments
Format : KONTAKT 6
Quality : 24 bit 48 kHz stereo
Description : Native Instruments announced the release of NOIRE, the new Kontakt instrument that captures the signature sound of the composer and pianist Niels Fram.
The instrument – which includes both a clean and felted version of the Yamaha CFX 9 concert grand show – was carefully selected in the rich Saal 3 environment at the Funkhaus Berlin Recording Complex.
The result is a unique, intense and memorable instrument with its own atmosphere.
Two different sets of patterns – clean and felt
Requirements: KONTAKT PLAYER or FULL version 6.0.4 or higher
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NOIRE offers new sonic inspiration for solo compositions, scoring, and more, with two distinct grand piano sample sets.
The pure version presents the clear, unadulterated tone of Nils Frahm’s handpicked and custom-intonated concert grand piano, captured in a renowned recording studio.
The felt version is the same piano, in the same room, but with a felt moderator between hammers and strings, which creates a gentle tone with reduced attack.
Users can sculpt the sound of both versions by adjusting attack, release, resonance, overtones, velocity curve, temperament, and more.
Extensive creative customization options
NOIRE provides a wide array of creative options so users can make the sound their own.
Users can add natural and mechanical noises to enhance realism, dial in sub bass, alter the spectral character of the instrument, and choose from sound design effects to completely transform the instrument’s sound.
NOIRE also offers EQ, compression, reverb, and delay for fine-tuning the piano’s place in the mix.
To help spark new creative ideas, NOIRE incorporates an innovative particles engine that automatically generates clouds of pulsating, swirling harmonic elements based on what users play.