Nitron includes about 1,000 patches, multisamples from roughly 50 different synthesizers.
The library is focused on "providing the fattest possible lead and bass sounds," according to Best Service. This product is suited for techno, drum ‘n’ bass, dubstep, hip hop, bigbeat, trance and electro, as well as pop and ambient music.
Nitron is based on Native Instrument’s Kontakt 5.
Nitron uses source samples as oscilators. If you own the full Kontakt 4 version, you can use the possibilities of this sampler to tweak your sounds. Tweaking is also possible with the included Kontakt Player.
Top features included are low pass filters, high pass, band pass, vowel and phaser filters. The user can choose between poly and mono mode as well as a legato mode. A unison mode plus a global saturator are designed to make your sounds "as fat and rich as possible." Via the mod wheel you can access parameter assignments for all patches like additional high pass filters, tremolo or vibrato.
Most patches use effects like Chorus, Flanger, Delay and Convolution Reverb. In the Kontakt Player version you need to turn on the FX button to use this effect. In the full Kontakt version, the effects can be edited or replaced with other effects you like.
Introductory price until 31.03.2012: € 149,- / $ 179.- / £ 129.-
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