Checking Out: Deus Ex Machina by Cinematic Alpha

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Excellent Overall! Emulating strings, guitars, pianos, and more, Cinematic Alpha deliver a blendof emulated organic textures and highly digitized soundscapes in a collection of slow pads, plucks and multis.

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Checking Out: Deus Ex Machina by Cinematic Alpha

Deus Ex Machina is the latest release from Cinematic Alpha, focusing on evocative synth-y textures inspired by modern film composers like Hans Zimmer.

Deus Ex Machina normally sells for $149.90 from Cinematic Alpha

Thoughts

The sound design for this library is overall excellent. The developer used no sampled instruments and instead created every sound from scratch using the Rhizomatic Plasmonic synthesizer. There are sounds that are obviously meant to emulate strings, guitars, pianos, and more, and overall the sound is a blend of emulated organic textures and highly digitized soundscapes. The slow pads were a definite standout, with some really nice textural ear candy to differentiate these sounds from more generic synth pads. The arps were a nice addition, though some of them were a bit too similar to one another and weren’t quite as excellent as the slow pads and multis.

Facts

Retails for $149.90 from CInematic Alpha.
Requires Kontakt Full version 6.7.1 or higher.
Installs as 12gb

Deus Ex Machina normally sells for $149.90 from Cinematic Alpha

 

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