Xtant Audio launches with "Enigma II" and "Stylephone" for Kontakt
12th May 2014
Total Composure has been rebranded as Xtant Audio and a launched a new website. It has all the old Total Composure products plus some new ones. You can find out more about the rebrand at the Xtant Audio Facebook page.
There is a full series of Kontakt scripting tutorial videos. These walk you through the basics of computer programming through to the advanced concepts used by professional Kontakt scripters. By following the four lessons you will learn all you need to be able to make your own high quality sample libraries for Kontakt.
Xtant Audio has launched two new sample libraries:
Enigma II is a follow up to the found sounds instrument Enigma. It contains twenty individual sample sets in one patch, the interface makes use of key switching and the original Enigma step sequencer.
While creating Enigma II the original Enigma instrument was given an update. Those who own the original Enigma library can get that update free of charge by downloading it from the Xtant Audio website, full installation instructions are also provided there. The updated version features key switches, expanded playable range, new effects, and five new sample sets.
Stylephone is Xtant Audio's other new offering. It's a faithful reproduction of the classic electronic organ 'Stylophone'. This sample library has some unique features not found in the real instrument such as high pass and low pass filters, a chorus effect, larger playable range, variable vibrato, and legato scripting.
Some products are available in discounted bundles and all purchases are processed through an automated PayPal checkout and delivered via digital download.
To celebrate the launch, Xtant Audio is providing a 15% off discount code for all purchases over £10. This code is valid until 20/05/14: LX3FEKR0QF
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