Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Featured Product: Urban Gongs
Glitchedtones

Featured Product: Urban Gongs

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Glitchedtones x Hidden Sound Present: Urban Gongs

A truly unique percussion instrument for Native Instruments Kontakt, Urban Gongs features the sounds of various object impacts recorded with a Geophonic microphone, producing interesting low frequency oneshots which will inspire your rhythm tracks and sound design whether you work in electronic music, film scoring or game audio.

Featuring a main kit of 64 raw, unprocessed hits and 9 custom instruments showing off what is possible with some processing, Urban Gongs enables the building of full rhythm tracks or the creation of background enhancements for your existing beats with ease, no matter what genre you are working in.

Features

10 Kits

Main

Urban Gongs Raw – 64 raw, unprocessed hits

Custom

Boomer – Low end heavy kick drum elements

Mallow – Designed, digital mallet instrument

Monobass – Dirty, one octave bass

Plucked Up – Simple synthesized pluck

Rewind – Subtle whoosh FX

Softly – Mellow keys

Sprite – Retro video game lead

Staccato String – Orchestral vibes

Tranquility – Soaring, minimal pad 

User Interface

Master level

Filter with Cutoff and Resonance

Envelope with Attack and Release

EQ – Low, Mid, High

Effects – Reverb, Delay and Chorus

Samples

64 original WAV files included for use outside of Kontakt

Playability

Optimized for 64 pad MIDI controllers. For standard MIDI keyboards the main kit is mapped C1 – D#6. Custom kits start and end on various notes.

System Requirements

Full version of Kontakt 6.5.3 and above

Important - Does not run in the free Kontakt Player

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