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Available for download, Evo Grid 4 from Spitfire Audio is a collection of tools for the creation of cinematic woodwind soundscapes designed for use with Kontakt 5. The 3312 samples included in this volume tap the expressive potential of the woodwinds' section with a collection of long tones that evolve in a crescendo of intensity and emotion. Centered around 48 hyper-long looping "Evolutions" orchestrated by Ben Foskett for two different woodwind settings (see Bands A & B below), the Evo Grid uses a versatile grid layout to enable countless possibilities of sound blending and customizing.
The 48 Evolutions are organized into two main instrument sections that can be loaded into the grid layout: Evo Woods and Evo Woods Warped. Each section includes three signal options that can be mixed and blended for numerous sound transformations. Evo Woods presents the recordings in their rawest, organic form with the "C" version; along with "Tweaked" versions modified by composer Christian Henson; and "Ambient" versions that offer a more distant perspective for added depth. On the other hand, Evo Woods Warped presents the recordings distorted to varying degrees. There are "CV" (culture vulture) treatments that are completely warped versions; "X" (extended) versions that are time-stretched; and "XXX" hyper-time-stretched versions. In each grid, the Evolutions are arranged along the x-axis and the 12 note centers are arranged along the y-axis. The 12 note centers divide the keyboard range into even groups of notes, and then each Evolution can be tied to whichever note group by using the pegs in the grid layout. This multitude of possibilities allows for the creation of sonic landscapes that can be anything from minimal and simplistic to awesomely saturated and spellbinding.
Grid presets and a randomizer tool help get you started using the Evo Grid interface. The grid presets demonstrate different ways of using the pegs across the board, whereas the randomizer tool creates peg patterns from the nearly infinite number of possible configurations at the push of a button. Reverb, delay, and tape saturation effects as well as dynamics and expression sliders and ADSR control open up further sound customization possibilities from each of the grids. Recorded dry, the library's samples allow for maximum control over ambient effects.