Audiofier – Vesper v1.1.1 (KONTAKT) | 3.13 GB
Introducing: Vesper 1.1.1 from the new Randomisers series.
The entire Randomisers 1.1.1 series now includes a new System page that gives you access to the Midi Drag & Drop function. Like Sequi2r Ex and Sequi2r Synth, now you can generate workflows, export them to DAW and edit them or assign them third-party sounds.
Crystals generator: As in the entire Randomisers series, Vesper contains a new Crystals generator, a special delay generator whose effect can be customized in different ways. In addition to this, the delay line can be filtered and / or blurred by the Cloud filter. Delay repetitions can be handled by distortion effects, phaser and additional delay. But that’s not all, the repetition of the delay can also be made as an entirely different sound source than the one that compiles the main patch. Crystals can also be harmonized by thirds and fifths or can be randomized to create an inspiring sound!
Deceptively simple, but very powerful! At first glance, Vesper is a dual rompler engine, focused on sounds like "different bells and flashing tricks." But it hides the powerful randomizer mechanism, two-stage sequencer and layer editor "Trails", which adds motion to each patch. Vesper comes with 135 sound sources, loaded into 2 different slots, plus 20 "Trails". Each sound source is multisampled and comes with 3 round robins. The new "intelligent" Randomiser function from Audiofier makes it incredibly easy to create new sounds and make presets diverse. You can also trigger a randomization history and go back and forth "on the fly."
Fully customizable: Although the randomization mechanism plays a big role in Vesper, for the most creative producers Vesper still offers the ability to create patches from scratch using several methods of selecting sound sources, including a categorized browser that works hand in hand with a randomization mechanism to create sounds.
Reversible sounds on the fly: After the success of the Sequi2r series with the sound reversion function, Vesper makes it possible to reverse the sounds "on the fly" and adjust the length of each expanded sound with the modulation wheel.
3 playback modes: In Vesper, you can choose whether you want to play both the Single Map Mode, one for each key zone (Dual Map Mode) or Random Map Mode, which creates interesting kinetic textures. This occurs when you are in Normal Mode or Step Sequencer Mode. The keypad area can be defined by the user.
Creative Reverb: Unique convolutional reverb is added to the picture to contribute creatively to the creation of sound; Reverb, which not only adds space, but also determines the final sound.