Audio Genetics Lab has released Epic Epic, a sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt.
What could be more epic than the actual word “Epic”? This collection of percussion,ambiences, and effects has been crafted from emotional, real performances of the word “Epic”, redefining the sampling world and industry in two thunderous syllables.
Feel the opening bellow of the “E”, the warm percussives of “p”, the crisp highs of the “i”, and the sharp snaps of the “c” in this one-of-a-kind performance instrument. Included for a limited time is the Extra-Special Extended Library patch which includes additional articulations,such as “Huge”, “Boom”, and more.
Epic Epic for Kontakt 4.2 or higher (full version) is available as a free download.
Magnus Chord Organ : Dug up from the archives and presented free to the public is our newest genetic specimen: the Magnus Chord Organ. This small subspecies is closely related to the accordion and harmonica, with the key difference being the source of the air movement generating from an electric fan as opposed to moving bellows or lungs. Originally three keyboard octaves, and including a number of accordion-like chord buttons, this family instrument was widely distributed in the 1970’s. It has a raw, charming quality to its sound.
Sampled Magnus Chord Organ, 48kHz, 16 bit.
3 octaves, 12 chord buttons.
Magnus Chord Organ is available as a free download for Kontakt 3.5 or higher.