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Available for download, Martyn Ware N.I.C. from Spitfire Audio is a performance-oriented virtual instrument based on 10,257 samples of a collection of rare vintage synthesizers including a Roland System 100, a Jupiter 8, and a Korg 700. The virtual instrument draws on the sampled material as you play on your keyboard, recreating your playing in the classic analog synth sound of your choice. The sample library, produced by electro-pop composer Martyn Ware, covers a large variety of pads, leads, pops, drums, basses, and effects, as well as a selection of tempo-locking sequences. The sequences are recorded at various bpm rates, which can be adjusted up or down to make them sync to the exact tempo of your tracks.
Martyn Ware N.I.C. tops off with a collection of warped basses and other warped sounds designed by a team of composers and producers using the recorded samples as raw material. If you want to do your own sonic design using the library's samples, you can do so by means of the synth effects and controls on the included Mercury Synth Engine. The library is recorded via five analog vintage signal paths, which can be mixed and combined to sculpt the overall sound. Even though on some of the sampled synthesizers only one note can be played at a time, on this virtual rendition of the instruments all of them are polyphonically playable.
Note: Requires full version of KONTAKT 5
Drums & Weird
System 100 Basses
System 100 FX
System 100 Presets
System 100 Sequences
System 100 Sustains
System 100 Synths
Mic - Direct and close from System 100 speakers
Amped -Via Marshall amplifier
Chorus - Via Roland Dimension D
Spring Reverb - Via Telefunken Spring
Direct Inject - Recorded via NEVE line amps direct from keyboard output (default setting)
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Spitfire Audio Martyn Ware N.I.C. - Virtual Instrument (Download) Review