Fountain Wires

 
Fountain Wires

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Click here for full color pdf library documentationThe full retail version of Kontakt 5 or later is required to use the nki files in this library. Free Kontakt Player not supported.The audio files in this library are 24 bitThe audio files in this library are 48kHzThe audio files in this library are non-compressed and non-encrypted for better audio quality and full accessibility. The audio files and nki instrument programming in this library are non-encrypted and fully open for editing and personalization

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During a recent exploration to the California Southland, with it’s sun-baked chrome, glass, plastic and steel landscape and high-octane energy, we happened across a cool piece of ordinary architecture with some very cool sonic potential – a shady fountain sanctuary ringed by tightly strung steel cable fencing, hidden in the midst of Hollywood’s grit. We pulled out our trusty field recording gear and a heavy guitar pick and set to work, sampling a wide range of different wires, each with it’s own tone and character. The bass-heavy, full-sounding resonance of each cable mixed with the peaceful white noise drone of the fountains surrounding us to produce a rather beautiful and curious result. We then took the raw material back to our studio, pulled it apart and wound it all back together into a unique experimental instrument toolkit. Our goal with this library was to combine authentic field-recorded muso-environmental sounds and specialized sound design techniques to craft a playable and inspiring soundset that brings together the best of both the acoustic and synthetic audio worlds.

This 853 MB library includes the original plucked articulations as they sounded up close and direct, as well as manipulated articulations that provide punchy lead instruments, distorted guitar-like tones, undulating soundscapes, complex organ and e-piano-like elements, thumping bass notes and a wide variety of other very musical and deeply useful creative content. All of it is wrapped up in a customizable performance control system, with lots of soundshaping tools, arpeggiation sequencing and flexible DSP effects. This library is perfect for chillwave, new wave, EDM, glitch, post rock, soundtrack, downtempo, dub, ambient music, general sound design and any situation that calls for conceptually familiar and yet slightly off-kilter sonic source material.

 

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More about this library and its features
 

Info

The library is programmed for Native Instruments Kontakt 5.1 and later and comes fully-equipped with a custom user interface that provides real-time automation control over note attack, sample start position offset, intensity swelling, release fade time, tuning and dual sonic layer blending. Each sound layer is fully independent and has its own control set so users can pitch, pan, swell and attenuate each one separately. Fountain Wires also features our powerful integrated “Uberpeggiator” arpeggiation system which allows to total customization and full preset saving and loading. We also included our full FX Rack which has an integrated EQ, convolution reverb selector, compressor, distortion, delay and much more. All of the samples are also included as categorized and clearly named stereo wave files that can be imported and used in any wav-format compatible audio environment, sampler, editor, sequencer or other audio software you like.

 

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Library components and content
 
Articulations

  • 13 Instrument Presets with 31 selectable articulations, performance controls, Arp sequencing and full FX rack.
  • 6 Tuned Plucked String Percussion Articulations each with 12x RR and a fluid dynamic response.
  • 12 Tuned Plucked Hybrid acoustic-source re-synthesized lead and FX sound sets with 12x RR and a fluid dynamic response.
  • 13 ambient, atmospheric, tonal pad and environmental sustains
  • Custom key-mapping control panel pop-up window
  • Arpeggiation step-sequencer and roll-simulator control panel pop-up window

 

NKI Program Presets

This library is designed for the full retail version of Kontakt 5.1 or later. The free Kontakt Player does not support this library. It features 13 presets for Kontakt 5.

Our custom UI features front panel controls for two simultaneous soundsets, each with Swell (volume), Attack, Offset, Release, Pitch, Pan and Velocity attenuation (+/-).

 

Technical specifications
 
Specs

229 Samples (standard pcm wav)
13 .nki files K5.1+ (open format)
853 MB installed
24 bit / 48kHz stereo PCM wav format
Format(s): Kontakt 5.1+ .nki and pcm .wav

Complete User Manual:

 

Ordering

We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and E-Check debit payments through PayPal and Google Checkout. The library is delivered as a Digital Download using our secure high-speed Continuata Connect download utility or directly through your web browser.

 

Notes

Important Note: Native Instruments Kontakt version 5.1+ full retail version of Kontakt required to use all .nki instrument program presets included in this library. The free Kontakt “Player” does not support this library.

System Requirements: Windows XP / Vista / 7. Intelmac and Mac OS 10.5 or higher. Can be loaded into the full version of Kontakt running in stand-alone or plug-in mode, via VST, AU, RTAS/AAX. Multi-Core CPU, 2+ GB System Ram, 7200RPM or SSD SATA hard drive recommended.

 

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4 Responses to “Fountain Wires”

  1. The “MP3 demos” on SoundCloud are way cool, but how is one supposed to tell which sounds are made by Fountain Wires, and which are made by other instruments?

    If all of the sounds in the MP3 demos are made by Fountain Wires, that would be very useful information for prospective buyers. If that’s the case, excluding that information from the SoundCloud page is a deficiency you folks at SoundIron might be well advised to correct

     
    • Hi Pete,

      Any demo that is listed as “naked” uses only the Fountain Wires sounds for the entire demo. The same is true for all demos listed on our site. Thanks!

       

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