Fracture Sounds released Frozen Percussion: Vibes

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Fracture Sounds released Frozen Percussion: Vibes for NI Kontakt.

Introducing the second instalment of our Frozen Percussion series: Vibes. Frozen Vibes is a deep sampled concert vibraphone, performed with a bow to create rich, infinite sustains, frozen in time.
As with all our libraries, the instrument was programmed with ease of use in mind. Simply move the mod wheel while playing to smoothly morph between different dynamic levels.
While the instrument may look simple on the surface, there is an advanced performance script behind-the-scenes, which allows for very responsive and expressive playing. When bowing a metallic instrument such as a vibraphone, changes in dynamics are often quite slow since the instrument takes time to vibrate and resonate. Our performance engine replicates this characteristic by smoothly interpolating between dynamics. Additionally, when a note is played, the engine will gradually ramp up to the target dynamic. This is more realistic than a traditional ADSR attack, because it is morphing between real dynamic layers – not simply fading in the volume. Also included is the Frost Layer, another of our signature ‘atmosphere layers’. Designed specifically for this instrument, the Frost Layer adds a glistening texture to the raw vibes. The volume and octave shift of the Frost Layer can be adjusted to your taste. The mod wheel also influences the intensity of the Frost Layer.

More info here: Fracture Sounds | Frozen Percussion: Vibes

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