Insanity Samples release Mutations v1.5.0 Update


Insanity Samples has announced an update to Mutations – The Ultimate Prepared Piano. For a limited time, you can save 50% and purchase Mutations v1.5.0 for $64 (regular price $126).  The full version of Kontakt 5.8.1 or higher is required.  For all existing owners of Mutations, simply head to Pulse and hit ‘Install Update’ to get your FREE 1.5.0 update.  More details from Insanity Samples below. 

We’re very excited to announce the arrival of a major new update to MUTATIONS…

The update:

– Total GUI overhaul to maximise the ergonomic workflow

– All new ‘RANDOMISE’ button, for instantly generating 88 note preparations in endless variabilities

– Poly-step Sequencer and Arpeggiator

– Both standard ‘forward’ and new ‘reverse’ playback modes of the sample sets

For those new to the MUTATIONS world, now’s your chance to snag this one of a kind piano at intro pricing! Here’s the concept:

MUTATIONS is a deeply configurable prepared piano, with everything you need to create rhythmic, percussive and unique prepared piano textures. The library gives you the feeling you are in the room with a grand piano, and with a level of control that is as close as can be to having a hand under the lid, placing the bolts/mutes/pegs/screws/picks or ping pong balls yourself. 

With 6 preparations + pure string, and some additional special effects (glissandos & pingpong rolls), the preparations can be configured to the individual string for all 88 strings. Giving near limitless possibilities on your own sound. A custom keybed has been created that shows in real time the note played, with a corresponding popup menu per note accessible Once a key is prepared, the corresponding menu button will show a small thumbnail indicating the preparation type selected. For ease of seeing the preparation types at a glance in performance. Hit our all new RANDOM button, to let the library generate instrument wide preparations on all 88 keys for an element of chaos! Engage ‘reverse’ mode, and have all sounds play back in reverse. Either on top of the standard forward mode, or in isolation.

Sample Library Review contributor, Pete Checkley, did a review of Mutations when it was first released.  To give you an idea of how the library sounds, check out the video below:

For more information, please visit Insanity Samples.