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Indiginus - Solid State Symphony


karlfranz
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I just discovered this library and it is AMAZEBALLS! The patches are extremely playable and inspiring. They also are a great complement to the Unify patches. Best of all? It's ONLY $59US (Note: You need the full version of Kontakt to use it). I don't know why this isn't a more popular or well known library because it is truly fantastic. If you're not familiar with it, I highly recommend you go check it out.

Skippy, I think you should give it a try and maybe you can feature it in an upcoming livestream. 

Here is a link to their site: https://www.indiginus.com/solid-state-symphony

edited to add: I forgot to mention that when you buy the library, you also get as a "freebie" another library named "Q". According to Indiginus, this is a "nano-sized" version of their Solid State Symphony. It sounds amazing and only uses a whopping 7.4MB of memory in my instance of Kontakt. I have no idea how they did this.

Cheers, 

Karl-Franz


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karlfranz
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Here's a video demo of Solid State Symphony being played "live". By the looks of it, the whole video was done using just one instance of the library and played in real time.

 

Solid State Symphony


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getdunne
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I've had Solid State Symphony for a long time, and I LOVE it. It's a symphony orchestra made entirely from synthesized sounds, in the form of samples (which is why Kontakt is needed to play it).

An interesting counterpart to this is EDNA Earth by Spitfire Audio (also a Kontakt library) which Spitfire describes as "a synthesizer made of orchestras".


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