Fracture Sounds String Formations KONTAKT

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String Formations is a collection of long string textures and gestural effects that can extend the capabilities of traditional string libraries and inject a sense of nuance and humanity into your compositions.

Comprising a small chamber ensemble made up of three violins, violas, and celli, this dynamic grouping is ideal for scoring at a smaller scale, or doubling and combining with a larger ensemble instrument to add movement to more traditionally static string libraries.
Recorded in the large hall of The Nave, Studio 1, String Formations offers three mic perspectives that can help blend with other instruments. The close mic offers a great dry sound, whilst the middle conductor perspective and the far mics give a greater sense of the hall.
The library extends the innovative programming we introduced with Smart Trills in Petrichor with our Chordal Textures patch. When smart mode is enabled within these articulations, playing chords will automatically trigger specific interval relationships, weaving a tapestry of texture within your composition.
We have also provided 16 Atmospheric Layers created by processing the original raw samples. These can be used in conjunction with the main set of articulations, or in our Layer Blends engine to stretch the sonic capabilities of the library.
This set of seven articulations uses a sophisticated performance engine that analyses the notes that are currently held down and intelligently plays back samples which move between the different held notes, adding a unique way to perform chords within a string textures library.
When Smart Mode is enabled, you can play freely without having to worry about selecting specific scales or modes. However, there are options to isolate individual intervals, which can sometimes lead to inspiring chord decisions when improvising with the library.
Within the settings panel of each articulation, there is also the option to increase the density of how many possible intervals are playing at once. Not only does this offer greater control over the timbre of the library, but it also gives another dimension to instrument dynamics on the fly.
Three players in each section of Violins, Violas, and Celli make up the ensemble for this library. This dynamic ensemble can be easily scaled for any work. Playing two-handed chords generates a more symphonic texture, whilst individual notes and the Chordal Textures when on light density evoke a more intimate ensemble sound.
Unlike other string libraries with each instrument section recorded separately, the players in String Formations were recorded in the room together, creating a more cohesive ensemble sound.
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