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Available for download, eDNA Earth from Spitfire Audio is a performance-oriented virtual instrument based on 8048 synth-mutated samples of orchestral, instrumental, and classic synth sounds. The virtual instrument draws on the mutated samples as you play on your keyboard, recreating your playing in the sound of the virtual synth instrument of your choice. At the core of this volume is the eDNA, a script engine which lets you run two of the library's instruments through a complex signal path to create a new, hybrid sound experience. Crafted by a team of composers and producers, the library includes 1001 "patches", organized into six artist cartridges. Each of the patches consists of two instruments and a custom signal path designed using the multi-layered controls of the eDNA engine.
The eDNA engine can be thought of as a set of two turntables and a sophisticated DJ mixer. At the first stage there are two independent sound bays for loading the two instruments you wish to blend. Each sound bay has its own ADSR envelope, low- and high-pass filters, and controls of trim, bend, glide, cloning, and tuning. Next, there is an x-fader which can be moved from one side to the other to adjust and fine-tune the proportions of the two sounds within the mix. The x-fader also has a "motorized" oscillator for automating the movement of the fader between the two instruments. After the x-fader stage, an onboard gate sequencer allows for independent gating of the two bays and unified control of shape, speed, and length of the sequence. The final stage features master effects for tweaking the overall output, and also gives access to a window of auxiliary effects. Electronic DNA Earth runs on the Kontakt 5 player, the full version of which comes with the library.
Dystopian sounds suited to rough-end EDM, by Jefferson Chambers
Synthetic orchestral instruments and other-worldly sounds suited to cinematic music, by Christian Henson
Suited to contemporary pop and dance, by Stanley Gabriel
Based on vintage-synthesizer samples, by Christian Henson
Suited to EDM classics and next-generation dance, by F6F Hellcat
Derived from organic orchestral material, by Harnek Mudhar