AURORA is a cinematic and hybrid library for Kontakt 4.2.4 (or above) which features dozens of soundsets, loadable through an internal browsing system. AURORA enables you to layer up to 5 different soundsets to make complex sounds on the fly. AURORA features a new engine that enables the user to experiment modulation on different parameters: you can, for example, automate the cutoff of a filter with a step modulator to simulate a vibrato.
160+ SOUNDSETS AND MULTI-MODULATION ENGINE
Every soundset in AURORA provides some of the versatility of a classical synthesizer combined with the quality of sampled wave sets. We carefully sampled lots of different acoustic material like timpanis, bells, self-made instruments, hand made percussions and, for long soundsets, we used a custom chain of sound design tools to realize soundscapes, drones and pads from acoustic and synthesized sources.
Initially thought as a perfect tool to make soundscapes and long sounds, we soon realized the real potential of AURORA when working on the advanced Rhythm section, which enables the user to assign different arpeggiator or polystep patterns to the layers. Working with AURORA is very, very fast. You’ll find that it is really easy to obtain the sound that you were looking for, with the minimum amount of effort and, possibly, with lots of fun.
- 4.7 GB Sample library (compressed in Kontakt’s NCW Format)
- 3.227 Samples (44Khz/24Bit)
- 190+ NKI Presets
- More than 150 unique sound sources (multisampled instruments)
- Build your unique patches by layering up to 5 layers of sound sources
- Total control over the sound sources
- Arpeggiator and Polystep modes
- 13 different modulators avaiable for complex sounds that can change at specific time intervals or on user’s input.
- Synced Delay, Step Modulator and LFOs
- 5 different modulation shapes for LFOs (SINE, SAWTOOTH, TRIANGLE, SQUARE and RANDOM)
- Unique chain of custom effects
- Atmospherizer effects
- 18 unique Convolution IRs
AURORA Atonal Soundscape Tutorial: