Sonokinetic has announced the release of Project Infinity, a new Cinematic SFX Instrument for Native Instruments Kontakt.
With this new adventure Sonokinetic is leaping forward into new territory within the Sonokinetic Sampling realm. Cinematic sound effects, ambiences and spheres, big booms, crashes and swooshes, kinetic rhythmic drones and crackles, you name it, it's probably in there. In Project Infinity, intelligent sound design is combined with a professional composer's view on producing music and sounds for film, TV and games.
Create evolving atmospheres and huge sub bass spaceship full of bloodthirsty aliens, or an industrial meltdown with psychotic robots destroying mankind. All hidden within the power of this instrument.This instrument provides a chaining option, meaning you can combine layers of sound in order to customize the instrument to your own liking. Throw in a fx chain option with a variety of up to 12 sound modelers and "Project Infinity" opens it's laboratory doors for you.
Blake Robinson (scripter and developer of numerous Kontakt professional instruments) is the man behind this one of a kind instrument that offers flexibility, diversity, accessibility, adjustability, and a user-friendly graphical user interface. "Project Infinity" was created from the ground up using an ocean of sound recorded by Sonokinetic and Erik Ekholm (composer and sound designer for several TV campaigns, game trailers and more).
Hours of field recording audio and exclusive previously unused material from Sonokinetic's recording vaults were painstakingly processed, manipulated, altered and remixed to create these new soundscapes. The instruments consists of five main grouped themes; Ambiences, Loops (tempo synced), Pads, Processed, and Spheres. Rhythmic sound layers are all available as tempo synced instruments to fit your projects seamlessly.
Pricing & Availability
Project Infinity costs €99.99 and is available as a download for Kontakt 4.2.3+ (it is not compatible with the free Kontakt Player).