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Audiofier is a developer based in UK. It specialises in sound libraries for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Audiofier is a company founded by Roby Meola, who is at present actively working as a composer and sound designer for Films and Tv Commercials.

Audiofier team includes studio and live musicians and composers for Media, Film and Tv Commercials.

Vesper is the first installment of the Randomisers Series by Audiofier. Vesper is a double engine themed rompler, geared towards "bells and twinkly things" type of sounds. But it features a powerful randomiser engine, a twin step sequencer and a "Trails layer" which adds motion to each patch.

Vesper's Facts:
2 Main Sound sources, plus Trails sound sources.
135 + 20 Multisampled, 3 Round robins sounds.
3.29 GB, NCW compressed, over 4900 samples.
Volume, Pan, Octave and Semitones Shift, High pass and Low pass filters, Attack and release controls per sound source.
Master Shine, Saturation, Chorus, 2 delays, Lo-fi, Convolution reverb.
Intelligent Randomiser engine, with undo history.
Categorised browser.
Undo and redo randomisation up to 1000 undo levels.
Undo level counter to jump to a desired undo level.
Single, Dual and Random Map mode.
Pan Control: Widen and Random.
Twin step sequencer, with live recording mode, auto save and auto recall.
8 editable twin or single sequences per patch.
Permanent random sequences generation.
Temporary random notes generation for user controlled "improvisation"
Keycontrol with Major and minor scales available.
Selectable playing percentage for Trails layer.
Velocity control for Trails layer.
Requires NI Kontakt 5.5, does not work with Kontakt Player.

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