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Kontakt presets compatible with Windows XP or later and OS X 10.6 or later. SFZ presets compatible with Windows, OS X and Linux. Dual Core CPU, 1 GB System RAM recommended for this library.
Iron Pack 7 continues Soundiron's Iron Pack series of compact instrument libraries, with 11 unique atmospheric pads and tuned percussion sound-sets, along with 2 acoustic samples sets, each created by manipulating raw recordings of virtuosic operatic soprano Nichole Dechaine in Voice Of Rapture: The Soprano. This pack includes playable chromatic Ah vowel sustains and dynamic performance solo phrases and effects. Each preset includes a variety of sound shaping controls, time-stretching, reverb/FX impulses and more.
The library is compatible with the standard Kontakt open format, for Kontakt 4.2.4 or later. It also includes universal open source SFZ presets for those who don't own Kontakt. The SFZ presets can be used in engines like the free Sforzando Player by Plogue or Camel's Alchemy and Alchemy Player, for VST, AU, RTAS, AAX, etc. The SFZ presets offer many of the same core control features and playability as the Kontakt presets, in a more basic, easier-to-use interface, with the same excellent sound quality:
- Operatic solo "Ah" vowel sustains.
- Melodic live performance phrases, with time-stretching.
- 11 FX presets, including looping atmospheric pads and long sustaining atmospheric instruments, based on female operatic vocal recordings.
- 10 custom convolution settings, with 5 cool special effect impulses and 5 vibrant rooms and halls to choose from (Kontakt presets only).
- Kontakt presets offer attack, sample offset, release, Hi and Lo EQ gain, sample reverse, time-stretching, pad mode, optional reverb impulse loading and mix control.
- SFZ presets offer attack, sample offset, release, decay, Hi and Lo EQ gain and super efficient preset loading and performance.
- PDF User Manual
- MSRP: $4.99 USD.
Video Walk-through with Spencer Nunamaker
MP3 Demos, including naked mixes featuring only sounds from the library itself. .