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Sub51 release Partial Structures

New Kontakt instrument combines sampling and synthesis

Sub51 Partial Structures

UK software makers Sub51 have announced Partial Structures, developed for use with the full version of Kontakt 6.4 and above. Partial Structures was created by combining and layering classic synths with further creative processing including filter-shaping, pitch-shifting, rhythmic panning and smooth reverbs plus textured delays. Very affordably priced, it comes with 37 tempo sync’ed loops plus sliced/mapped versions of each loop ready to rework and to slot into any music project. Also included are 103 one-shot patches set out as 45 short-phrase and 58 long-phrase samples. Pre-defined host automation parameters have been assigned allowing users to control Partial Structures via their host DAW or from within Komplete Kontrol. 

With influences including early '90s tech house, this sample library can easily be adapted to ambient house, chillout, soundtrack and the wider pop music field. Further variation is possible via its two control panels providing users with envelope control, retuning, resonant high- and low-pass filters, Lo-Fi (bit reduction and sample rate reduction), tape saturation, envelope, LFO modulation and an effects section offering reverb and tempo-sync’ed delay, all this via clearly set out Master and Effects panes. Sample loops can be used as provided or can easily be chopped and truncated to form completely new loops.

Partial Structured is price at £12.97 until 14 October, and will cost £19.95 thereafter.

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