Glass Bottle Percussion
Glass Bottle Percussion is a cinematic instrument built from 400+ sample recordings of antique glass bottles.
Our Audio Craftsmen meticulously edited, balanced and programmed 4 round robins and 3 velocity layers for each bottle, before integrating them into our Kontakt interface, giving Film Composers and Music Producers a suite of unique textures to use in their tracks. These sounds are perfect for trailer percussion loops, rhythmic tension, electronic music and film score cues with an exotic tonality.
The Main Articulations include: Drumstick Hits, Hand Taps, Bottle Top Hits, Drum Beater Hits, Nail Taps, Rolls, Scrapes and Wobbles.
But we didn’t stop there… As always with our Kontakt library releases, our in-house Composers designed an eclectic array of designed patches. Pads, choirs, drones, oil drums, screams, plucks and even karate chops give the user both tonal and atonal material to layer with their percussion, and build a haunting, glassy texture into their sound.
The 344 Audio Kontakt interface provides a variety of controls that encourage experimentation with the patches. The built in Arpeggiator is great for generating hundreds of percussion variations on the fly, while the Main View provides a set of parameters perfect for shaping the sounds your way.
Note: The full version of Kontakt 5.8.1 or higher is required to use this library.
400+ Samples, 4 Round Robins, 3 Velocity Layers, 8 Different Patches
Antique glass bottles, metal sheets, rubber and wood felt beaters
Perfect for trailer percussion loops, rhythmic tension, electronic music and film scores