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Zero-G has released Morphology, their new Native Instruments-powered virtual instrument featuring over 3 GB of soundscapes, dream synth patches and samples for film composers and sound designers created by UK-synthesist Ian Boddy. Boddy has previously created numerous popular sample libraries for Zero-G including Ambient 1 & 2, Malice In Wonderland and Dream Zone. His exclusive sound archives and arsenal of vintage and modern synths have been extensively plundered to create the new library that you will find within Morphology.

The whole library is presented within a version of NI's Kompakt sampler interface. Powerful multi-mode filters, envelopes, and LFOs give a wealth of creative possibilities. Integrated high-quality reverb, chorus, and delay effects give each sample life and depth. The clean and intuitive interface doesn't let technology get in the way of creativity. All important instrument parameters can be immediately adjusted without the need to page, scroll, or fumble through a manual.

Features:

  • Over 3 Gigabytes of new evolving and morphing soundscapes, dream synths & samples
  • Virtual Synth section includes multi-sampled / multi waveform analog synth.
  • All original samples, recorded at 24-Bit sample resolution
  • Six filter types, including low-pass, high-pass, and band-pass
  • Three AHDSR envelopes and four LFOs
  • Integrated effects: chorus, reverb, and delay
  • Total Recall (complete MIDI automation and control)
  • Sound Library can also be loaded into other Native Instruments samplers including Kontakt version 1.5.

Supported Interfaces & Standards:

VST 2.0, DXi, ASIO, Soundmanager, and OMS. (RTAS support for Mac and PC as well as OS X compatibility including support for Audio Units and Core Audio will be available as downloadable update in late January).

Zero-G's Morphology Virtual Instrument is available now. Recommended Retail Price: $199.95 US Dollars (199 Euros / 129 pounds sterling)

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