Output Analog Strings is a new Kontakt-powered virtual instrument that blends real orchestral strings, vintage synths and sound design elements with a custom built string manipulation engine to give modern music makers the tools to create entirely fresh strings sounds.
Buy Analog Strings between 6th and 31st January and get Neon Strings and Modern String Beds expansion packs worth £64 for free PLUS £10-worth of Time+Space Loyalty Points! An email detailing how to get your free packs will be sent following your purchase of Analog Strings.
SUMMARY OF FEATURES
- A playable instrument with 500 presets
- Powerful dual-layer engine
- Preset menu with smart tagging
- Layer FX and global FX
- 4 central macro sliders unique to each preset
- Dual arpeggiators
- Built-in help menu
- Syncs to tempo
To create the raw sonic ingredients of Analog Strings, Output captured the best of the best. A full orchestra, the rarest vintage synths, and unconventional elements for sound design. Blended together, they create the perfect starting point.
Output deeply sampled a 60-piece string orchestra, a 22-piece orchestra and a handful of soloist at the beautiful BMC Hall in Budapest. We also recorded unique sounds like scratching a violin with the wrong side of the bow.
Output took a handful of vintage synths known for their string sounds, sampled and processed custom patches, and made them ready for a modern production context. Sounds range from plucks and stabs to thick and noisy pads.
Creative sources include plucked piano, sampled feedback, tape noise, screeching guitar resonance, and a whole lot more.
Behind the Engine
The Analog Strings software engine is brand new, built specifically to manipulate strings. Advanced modulation routing, dual tape loopers, dual arpeggiators, flux and macro control all give you control to make each sound your own. Back that with a 39 GB sound library (20 GB compressed) and 500 presets and you have enough content to keep you busy for years.
This product works with the free Kontakt Player – a free sample player based on Kontakt 5 that runs all Native Instruments’ KONTAKT instruments, as well as third-party products made for the platform.
You can download the Kontakt Player via this link (will take you to Native Instruments website)
Instruments made for Kontakt Player will also run in the full (paid for) version of Kontakt.