Volt II is the follow-up to our last popular Kontakt library Volt I.
Volt II is packed with deeply sampled and highly playable sounds including hard-hitting and gritty bass sounds, ethereal pads and strings, arpeggios, distorted other-world textures, alien atmospherics, and dreamy uplifting chordal synths.
Volt II uses our Volt Meter controller which allows for multiple dial manipulations on the interface with just one dial movement. Essentially the Volt Meter is an advanced Macro. Assign your mod wheel to the Volt Meter to automate the parameters on the fly.
Volt II is perfect for all kinds of electronic music from ambient, and abstract electronica to Techno, and is also great for writing breakdowns for your next electronic masterpiece.
Comes with over 130 snapshots preset and we also included a collection of MULTIs.
Audio demos are made with just a few instances of Volt II using simple chords etc - Volt II does the rest with slow-evolving textures and gritty bass and distorted arpeggios etc.
- 792 Samples
- For the Full version of Kontakt 5.8.1 or above (Not for Kontakt Player)
- NCW format samples to save on disk space
- 2.33GB on disc
- 130 Snapshots
- 22 Multis
- 'Volt Control' Macro System
- Dual Layer Architecture for blending two sources together
- 40 different filter types to choose from
- 58 sound sources per layer
- Individual ADSR for Vol, Filter, and Resonance
- Filter LFO Depth, Speed, and Sync controls with 5 LFO Shapes
- Convolution Reverb with 10 unique Impulse Responses
- Effects Include: Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Bit Crush, Delay, and Distortion
- Arpeggiator with 16 pattern modes to select
- Randomization. Click the VOLT logo to intelligently randomize all settings and generate new patches instantly.
Volt has a special Volt Meter dial that is the center of the action. Most of the controls on the front panel can be controlled by the movement of the Volt Meter.
Simply select from the front panel which controls are to be controlled by Volt Meter and then select the depth/range of the control - Moving the voltmeter will then control those active dials. You can also assign the Volt Meter to your Modwheel or any other external controller dial and control many dials with the Volt Meter.
The two sliders under each dial are to set the min and max movement that the volt meter will have on the dial ie they set the range that the dial will move, if it did not have those range dials then all the dials would move the same range from 0 to full which would not be that exciting. Also, it is worth noting that the left slider can also go higher than the right slider and this will create an inverse movement when the volt dial is used. ie if the left slider is taller than the right slider then when the volt meter is used the dial will move in the opposite direction - good for using on Cutoff and res with an inverse set of sliders.
Most of the included snapshots have already been set up to respond to the Volt Meter - Give it a whirl and experiment.
It is easy to create stunning patches with Volt, and by clicking the Volt symbol in the center of the interface you can randomize patches and let the chaos of the universe play a hand in the sounds you make.