All of which means that rather than the hours installing and authorising you'll be up and running in less than five minutes. It is not so clear, why Sample Logic decided to discontinue those three products, but one way or another, we get them back, packed into a great graphical interface which brings the best of all three libraries, offering a wide range of tools as a bonus. The range of sound-manipulation options, alongside some excellent automation possibilities that include the powerful Step Animator is, frankly, staggering. The Multis have been developed mostly by Sample Logic itself but some heavyweight endorsement lies in wait too, as there are artist patches from several Hollywood luminaries including Rupert Gregson-Williams, Tom Salta and Mark Isham, to name but three. All presets are intuitively organized in a meta-tag based browser where you can favorite and load elements of any preset with extreme ease- all from one screen, a huge asset for those on a tight deadline. It has an easy to view layout, as nearly everything is on one screen at the same time. Actually, it is almost impossible to find a static sound on CinemorphX.
But if you are an owner of CinemorphX I do not think you need Morphestra 2 in your arsenal, since almost all the sounds, that can be achieved in Morphestra 2, can also be achieved in CinemorphX. It will make your workflow easier and faster, and we all know time is money, so definitely this is an instrument worth to invest in. From there, you can adjust its controls, and then close it back down when it is all set. For the latest system compatibilities visit the Native Instruments website. Morphestra 2 content covers Atmospheres continuously-sustained soundscapes that are static or full of organic motion ; Instrumentals Arpeggiated, Bells — Mallets, Keys, Loops, Strings, Synths, and Winds ; and Percussives Impacts, Impact Sequences, Kits, Loops, and Transitions.
Their latest product is called Morphestra 2, boasting over 5,000 sound presets, and 25+ gigabytes of content. The reason for that is, because the orchestral source material is quite poor in its nature. All of which gives you 40 controllable parameters, even if you're just using the free Kontakt Player. While the Percussive category is divided into four basic directories: Impacts, Kits, Traditional and Transitions. These range from smoothly navigating from one soundcore to the next, to others which are more drastic jumps, and they can also vary in speed. Please note that some of the links on the site are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, Sample Library Review will earn a commission if users decide to make a purchase.
If you are not into cinematic stuff, I believe this is worth just for those lush, rich, evolving pads! With Morphestra 2 you get 26. Indeed, that stunning user interface was designed with the modern-day composer and sound designer in mind. It is a dream-come-true cinematic tool. The loops and percussions sound incredible and will be very useful for any composer. Towards the bottom of the display are controls to adjust the swing amount, play mode and speed.
You can also apply swing amounts and have different playing modes like latch, freeze and random, plus forward or reverse playing. Our reviewer checks it out in detail. Speaking of presets, categories are pretty much the usual in Sample Logic instruments, that is, One note combos, Atmospheres, Instrumentals, Loops, and Percussives. These consist of a number of elements — percussion, rhythmic and melodic — overlaid. From when I can remember, I have always been most interested in orchestral music. All other limitations are determined by your imagination not included in the download pack.
Score I'm Anže and I am composer of music for media film,tv, video games,ect. Loading a single instrument presents you with a pane with controls with high- and low-pass filters, attack and release dials and six buttons to activate effects including Distortion, Reverb and Delay to get you started. The manual mentions there are some more tricks you can use with the full version, letting you gain access to even more power if needed. Again, the sound sources are undoubtedly orchestral in origin but many of the presets have a real modern, cutting-edge, feel. The presets work at a number of levels though, including multi-cores, single-cores, single sounds, Step Animator presets and effects presets.
It has a very flexible and innovative main interface where all sound sources can be compiled, morphed and manipulated in an advanced way, providing very contemporary, rich cinematic collection of sounds. There are a good selection of sounds here based upon pianos, bells, and other melodic percussion, but also sounds where the original sound source is more difficult to identify because of the morphing applied. The contents of this article are subject to worldwide copyright protection and reproduction in whole or part, whether mechanical or electronic, is expressly forbidden without the prior written consent of the Publishers. So, needless to say, there are lots of possible morphings and combinations in here. Some sample content is completely new, but most content is taken from the sound bank of Morphestra 1 and Morphestra generations, the predecessors of Morphestra 2. This can really help speed up the whole process of designing your step sequence.
You can try by clicking everything that is not blue on the main graphical interface, but I highly recommend at least one scan through the manuals, at least to see what else can be controlled or changed in addition to the obvious visible things. So, in my opinion you do not need all 3 sample libraries. Simply arm the randomization feature, and prepare to fire! Create, produce, and perform at will with ease. Now, if you'll excuse me, we've got another hour of 'happy time' to lose. That said the library is more than just a re-hash of old samples. Each category contains tons of patches, and they are all mind blowing and very inspiring. Patches are awesome and very inspiring, and with some minor tweaking, this can do pretty much anything.