SYNTHiC4TE | May 06 2018 | WiN 1.78 GB | OSX 1.90 GB
Native Instruments has released Thrill, a new instrument that enables the introduction of terrifying live scores to movies, games, sound installations, or theater productions.
Thrill combines the epic power of an orchestra with the chilling depth of expert sound design, houses them within a simple performance-driven interface, and places them into the hands of a single player.
NI say that using Thrill, a single person could perform the terrifying string tone clusters from The Shining, as Jack Torrance rampages around Overlook Hotel. An aspiring young filmmaker could single-handedly play all of Arrival’s stomach-churning bass drones in just one take.
The all-original 30 GB sound library is taken from 963 source sounds, including orchestral recordings and hybrid sound-design based on ambiences, custom-built instruments, voices, pitched metal, synthesized drones, and more.
Thrill v1.1 Update
The update contains:
– 1.5 GB of new sounds with additional “Source” presets, “Thrills” and “Snapshots”.
– new features like the “Hacker” modulation effect, bipolar modulation for all effects, a modulatable “Talkbox Filter“ for the “Color” effect and a “Favorite” function for all browsers.
The update also features a couple of usability enhancements like value displays for all modulations as well as some bug fixes like the “Komplete Snapshots” now leaving the XY-pad midi cc settings untouched.
This is an update to Thrill adding sounds, effect options, usability improvements and bug fixes.
ADDED New sample content and presets
– 75 new sound sources
– 90 new Thrills
– 45 new Snapshots
Enjoy the PROPER UPDATE