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Cinematique Instruments Vertigo Glass & Iron for HALion

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P2P | 14 July 2022 | 917 MB

ORGANIC, RAW AND UNIQUE TIMBRES
From subtle tones to experimental soundscapes, Vertigo Glass & Iron blends perfectly into all kinds of modern music productions. Every sound is full of the warmth and sharpness that the Vertigo series is so well known for. This HALion instrument fuses the sounds of wine glasses, singing bowls, bowed vibraphone and gamelan and an autoharp with resynthesized and time-stretched percussive metals.



17 specially crafted glass and metal sound sources
Rubbed, bowed, struck and resynthesized articulations
Additional vintage effects for a rich, deep experience
Create new and exciting random presets with the dice function

The idea behind Vertigo Glass & Iron
For scoring two new German TV series, “Polizeiruf” and “ZERV”, Cinematique Instruments were looking for a new class of warm, rich sounds, which could create tension at the same time. After experimenting with different sources, they decided to extend the sample sessions and build a new Vertigo instrument. The result is a raw and very organic library, based around rubbed glasses, bowed vibraphone and gamelan, plus all kinds of struck glass and metal objects. Some special articulations were also created by running the sounds through modular equipment.



About Cinematique Instruments
René Dohmen and Joachim Dürbeck have successfully been working as composers, producers and artists in the music industry. Their work covers everything from classical productions to electronic or even abstract-experimental music as well as numerous commissions for film scores. Always in search of new and unique sounds they decided to create and release their own sample libraries under the name of Cinematique Instruments.

Compatible with HALion 6.4, HALion Sonic 3.4, HALion Sonic SE 3.4



 

 


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