Composer Jeff Rona and Wide Blue Sound released Orbit, a Kontakt instrument designed for stunning cinematic synths and atmospheric textures.
ORBIT creatively rotates and cascades between four linked Orbit players to create amazing tonal pulses, edgy hybrid rhythms, and dreamy atmospheric beds, all of which infinitely evolve over time.
At the heart of ORBIT lay three distinct rhythmic engines. Turn on Pulse Mode to create modern percussive elements, Chop Mode for an electronic/stuttered style, and Flow Mode for pads and textures as you’ve never heard them before. You can even morph between the modes seamlessly and in-time, using the sequencer.
The Effects Page sculpts your sound with delays, multiple modulations, diverse distortions, and a special convolution engine that that includes several practical creative impulses, and beautiful reverbs from world-class hardware units commonly used in cinematic production.
ORBIT has 4 independent sequencers that modulate 24 useful parameters to further the creation of interesting, musical, and evolving sounds. Each sequencer has its own time base and extends up to 64 steps. Automatically generate new patterns, or process what’s there in dozens of ways. Then play it Forward, Reverse, both, even random. Beautiful sequences are only a click away.
Orbit is on sale until April 15th.
For more info: widebluesound.com