Sound Dust Releases DRIFT002

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Kontakt instrument for uncomplicated and intuitive sound design      21/09/22

Sound Dust has announced the release of DRIFT002 for Kontakt, the second instalment of the DRIFT series of instruments following on from DRIFT001 earlier this year. Designer, Pendle, told us, “Here at Sound Dust, we like to create instruments that inspire and stimulate new music and new ways of making music. This often involves building impossible contraptions packed with possibilities… they also tend to have quite a lot of controls. Drift 002 goes in a different direction – simple at the front, complex behind the curtain. The business end is just 4 large knobs: Grist, ADSR, Morph and Space combine multiple functions for uncomplicated and intuitive sound design. A minimal interface beneath which lurks a maximalists desire to warp, bend and squash millions of new sounds into the aether.”

Features:

  •     11 deeply multi sampled complex sounds sources = 9GB.
  •     180 snapshots.
  •     Morph EQ knob with 100 settings.
  •     Morph ADSR knob with 100 settings.
  •     Grist knob for noisy filth.
  •     50 custom impulse response reverbs.
  •     Space knob adds IR reverb and goes to 100% wet.
  •     BPM synced drift control for tape like chaotic wow and flutter.
  •     3 way BPM synced tremolo.
  •     Custom modwheel settings per sound source.
  •     Full automation capability.
  •     Handy built in instructions in RTFM page.

 

Pricing and Availability:

£24.50 until September 26th 2022 (30% off).

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