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Native Instruments unveil Sequis

New instrument based around loops and sequenced sounds

Native Instruments Sequis

Last summer, Native Instruments and Orchestral Tools collaborated to release the Arkhis sample library for Kontakt. Now they've followed it up with a new instrument, called Sequis, and while the former majored on providing cinematic beds and underscores for film and TV work, the newcomer is a rhythmic instrument, based around loops and phrases.

About the newcomer, NI say: “The instrument draws from a rich variety of inspiring acoustic samples including atmospheric strings, delicate flutes, driving percussion, and even human voice. These sounds are then harnessed within an intuitive 16-step sequencer to allow producers to quickly create evolving pads and complex patterns perfect for cinematic sci-fi and dancefloors alike.”

These sounds would appear to complement the pad-like nature of Arkhis very well, and as if to make the point, they're offering a 37-percent discount off both instruments when purchased together before 3rd November — that's £224 compared with a normal price of £269. They're also offering Arkhis on its own for 25 percent off (£129, normally £179), again until 3rd November.

To hear Sequis in action, check out the video below.

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