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Uproar

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Uproar
Uproar by Rhythmic Robot is Soundware (e.g. samples or presets that load into other products).
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1.0
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Full version of Native Instruments Kontakt v4.2.3 or later
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Requires a FULL version of Native Instruments Kontakt version 4.2.3 or higher (all versions of Kontakt 5 supported). Kontakt Player is NOT recommended and will time out after 15 mins or so. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A FULL VERSION OF Kontakt BEFORE BUYING, AS WE CAN'T GIVE REFUNDS FOR SOFTWARE BOUGHT IN ERROR!
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Uproar from Rhythmic Robot Audio is a Kontakt instrument that turns traditional analogue synthesis on its head. Instead of filtering harmonically rich waves, Uproar distorts and energises smoother waveforms until they break free of their restraints and go rampaging through downtown New York, smashing everything in their way.

Uproar doesn't just add distortion – it puts that distortion under the control of ADR envelopes and dedicated LFOs, so that you can create evolving synth patches full of movement and character. Want your pad to have a slowly-building glow of saturation at the same time that its bit depth is spiralling up and down via a sinewave LFO? Want your lead to scream and then subside as its Distortion gain is automatically reduced? Want your synth lines to emerge gradually from a burbling fizz of reduced bits? We've got you covered.

And Uproar doesn't just do angry. It can also take trad subtractive synth staples and give them a new lease of life, giving you classic sounds with a fresh twist. It's great for adding air and harmonic overtone to your sound (with no filters, you never lose that high-frequency breathiness). It can be surprisingly subtle at times (but ssshh, don't tell it). The base waveforms blend between smooth sines and more complex, erratic waves which we made by eBowing an electric guitar strings: great for more organic, uneven sounds. For the proof, take a listen to the audio demos on our Uproar product page here:

Rhythmic Robot UPROAR for Kontakt – product information and sound demos

Uproar requires Kontakt 4.2.3 and above; it supports all versions of Kontakt 5 but will only work with Kontakt Player for a limited 15-minute demo period, so we recommend the full version of Kontakt.

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