Soundiron released Grenada 49, a new Kontakt instrument that conquered the rare portable analog synthesizer of the 1970s by the Italian synthesizer manufacturer, Fesma.
The classical wooden accentuated body of the instrument echoes the popular aesthetics of the seventies, and its warm, greasy analog tone reduces the blend. Soundiron tested the waveform configuration of the 9 sets and included a ton of custom FX patches and sound sources designed for the source environment to make this compact library play extremely versatile.
Grenada’s power is effectively unlocked by Soundiron’s easy-to-use, yet powerful 3D modeled user interface. There are also basic sound settings: volume swell, a note attack time, release time and sample start offset let users mold the sound any way they want.
the glide option adds the pitch rate that can be set between sounds. The advanced, time-synchronized LFO system has the configurable LFO shape, modulation target, speed, intensity, and fade.
2.05 GB Installed
22 Kontakt 5.5.2 .nki preset banks
24 bit / 48kHz Stereo uncompressed PCM wav audio
Unlocked wav samples can be directly imported into almost any wav-compatible plugin or DAW.
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