Zero-G – Kitchenology (KONTAKT)

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Incredibly useful and fun Kontakt percussion instrument using sounds from the kitchen!
Zero-G KITCHENOLOGY is an incredibly useful and fun Kontakt percussion instrument that can also be used for sound design and special effects, as well as composition. This allows the user to create unique sounds using unusual sources, midi grooves and IR samples. KITCHENOLOGY was created by recording the amazing multi-instrumentalist Charlie Dalin playing 48 different kitchen items with 12 looping games for each sample. Some of the recorded objects, such as cups and glasses, can be played in a musical octave.
KITCHENOLOGY contains 4 buses, each with 12 separate instruments, for a total of 48 kitchen tools / utensils, recorded in 48 kHz high-resolution 24-bit audio.
There are also 114 individual reverb convolutions that, when used on each instrument bus, can create many more unique sounds. Some of the samples were recorded with various additions, such as adding tissue to the bowl to get the kick drum sound and make the library as comfortable and percussive as possible. Additional editable parameters open up limitless possibilities for sound creation.
KITCHENOLOGY also includes a huge selection of MIDI grooves covering a variety of styles, tempo and time signature, as well as 34 mix shots. Whether your project is traditional song, cinematic music, or sound effects creation, you will find that KITCHENOLOGY is perfect for the role!

– Kontakt user interface
– Over 7000 individual 48 kHz, 24-bit compressed samples
– 48 instruments on 4 FX buses
– 34 Mix Snapshots included
– Volume, Pan, Reverb Send, Round Robins, Tune, AHDSR, mute, Solo for each instrument
– Master Convolution Reverb on each bus with 114 room pulses
– 250 MIDI grooves
– Key switch mode
– Drag and drop MIDI to DAW
– Swing and quantization functions with double and half speed synchronized to the host tempo
– 12 controlled round robins
– Automatic dynamic speed
– Auto Midi mode when used inside a DAW

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