String Audio release new Monolith series with Atmos and Abyss libraries for Kontakt

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String Audio has released a new series: MONOLITH with new sample libraries for KontaktAtmos and Abyss

MONOLITH Abyss is the developers new “Signature Cinematic Basses” and is on a special intro price at the time of posting $69.00 (will normally sell for $99.00). MONOLITH Abyss  has been designed as a “tool to add that “huge sub bass” sound to your compositions and sound design projects.”

MONOLITH Atmos is the developers new “Signature Cinematic Atmos” and is on a special intro price at the time of posting $119.00 (will normally sell for $149.00). MONOLITH Atmos  has been designed as a “a powerful tool for Kontakt to create deep and complex cinematic sounds, from delicate and pure pads and tones to unreal and signature soundscapes and textures.”

Both instruments are available as the Monolith Bundle with a special intro price of $169.00 (reg $248.00).

All libraries require the FULL retail version of Kontakt 5.6 and above.

I have included the official video below. Learn more about the MONOLITH series at String Audio

 

 

 

MONOLITH Atmos comes with a 17GB of sample material and is delivered in a 6 layer engine with individual layer controls for pitch, volume, pan, solo, mute, effects bypass, layer lock, adsr, layer boost and cut, pan and amp LFO send.

MONOLITH Atmos has 296 pre-programmed Snapshots, a randomize function with dedicated Motion Engine: Pan – Amp – Pitch – Filter LFO, Color Engine (with 276 convolution Impulse Responses and more.

 

MONOLITH Abyss contains over 800 MB of original sample material and is housed in a 4 layers engine with “Sub” layer, “Bass” layers , a ‘Dirt” layer. and  “Abyss” Layer consists of a selection of “Ultra-Low” samples, acting around 40Hz.


MONOLITH Abyss  has 150 pre-programmed Snapshots with individual layer controls for pitch, volume, pan, solo, mute, effects bypass, layer lock, adsr, layer boost and cut, pan and amp LFO send and a randomize function.

Learn more about the MONOLITH series at String Audio