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The Very Loud Indeed Co. introduce MOBILIS ULTIMATE

Combines and expands previous percussion library series

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The latest release from The Very Loud Indeed Co. combines all three instalments of their MOBILIS percussion library range with a brand new volume, and becomes the first of their products to run in Native Instruments’ free Kontakt Player.

Developed by Richie Nieto, an experienced video game sound designer and founder of The Very Loud Indeed Co., MOBILIS ULTIMATE: Hybrid Scoring Percussion contains a selection of simple, carefully crafted loops that have been designed to be layered together to offer a wide range of varying percussive accompaniments.

A total of 2912 24-bit/48kHz audio files are included, consisting of dynamic tempo-sync’ed loops and single hits, all of which are provided in a simple GUI and can be accessed quickly and easily — those with a 61-key (or larger) keyboard can instantly call up sounds from any bank via keyswitches without needing to switch octaves or interact with the GUI. Single-hit versions of all of the loops can also be accessed via the mod wheel, allowing them to be used as endings for running loops or triggered separately to create custom rhythms.

The release also introduces full NKS (Native Kontrol Standard) compatibility, allowing for in-depth integration with Native Instruments’ range of hardware controllers.


MOBILIS ULTIMATE: Hybrid Scoring Percussion runs in the latest version of Native Instruments’ free Kontakt Player, or in the paid-for Kontakt 7.7 or later, which are supported on PCs running Windows 10 or 11, and Macs running macOS 10.14 and above. VST, VST3, AU and AAX plug-in versions are available along with a standalone application. The library requires 4.1 GB of disk space.

Pricing & Availability

MOBILIS ULTIMATE: Hybrid Scoring Percussion is available now, and is currently (19 February 2024) being offered at an introductory price of $139, reduced from its full cost of $229.

There is also an upgrade path for those who own licenses of the legacy MOBILIS libraries.

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