Total Composure has announced the release of their Kontakt-based percussion sample library, Enigma.
Inspired by performers such as STOMP, MysteryGuitarMan, and Art of Noise, Enigma allows you to create entirely unique soundscapes, loops, rhythms, and grooves using the sounds of everyday objects, from saucepans to cardboard boxes.
Enigma contains over 2200 samples spread across 15 individual instruments, 8 velocity layers and 4 round robin repetitions. The library is built for Kontakt 4.2+ and features an original step sequencer (Loop Builder), designed exclusively to work with this library.
The Loop Builder offers many ways to tweak and manipulate the library, all within the Kontakt interface. It has an innovative and easy-to-use design, allowing users to quickly build complicated multi-instrument loops in minutes.
Produced and engineered especially for Total Composure, using analogue equipment and high quality A/D converters to retain a warm and natural sound, the library was built with complete consistency in mind. To that end each instrument was carefully recorded at 8 different velocity levels and compressed to maintain consistent volume between every articulation.
Total Composure has provided a free demo, available from their website, so you can try Enigma for yourself. The full version costs £54.99 and comes with several pre-built multi-instrument loops, a comprehensive user manual, online tutorial videos, and is available instantly via digital download.