NI Kinetic Toys Kontakt Library
Size 3.52 Gb
VINTAGE SONIC TOYBOX
35 themed sound sets with 600+ snapshots
Over 200 individually recorded sound sources
Ideal for standout leads and sound design
LET THE MUSIC PLAY
Lose yourself in a fantasy world of toy sounds, spacey synthesized tones, morphing, and creative effects.
Sounds old and new, weird and wonderful
A new way to play: The KINETIC TOYS interface is truly one-of-a-kind
There are kids’ record players, xylophones, whistles, and pinball machines
Toy pianos, percussion, synth toys, and melodicas
Things that go pop, bang, whoosh, and snap
Machines that click, whirr, hum, and purr
INSIDE THE TOYBOX
KINETIC TOYS offers dynamic playback of 200+ recordings of vintage children’s toys, tools, and treats, each with a custom synthesized layer to create playable tones. These are then morphed and processed using a dynamic X-Y modulation system. The result is pristine, evocative, and distinctive sound, ideal for standout leads or quirky rhythmic effects and atmospheres.
Sounds in KINETIC TOYS range from clockwork robots, train sets, and bunsen burners to ping pong balls, pinball machines, and popcorn. This box of treats overflows with 35 themed sound sets, each with eight dynamically mixable toy and synthesized sounds, and manipulated by up to four effects. Both sounds and effects can be manually assigned, ready for modulation and morphing.
Central to KINETIC TOYS are two X-Y controllers for modulating sound scenes and effects scenes. The ballerina controls the sound scenes. As she dances, sound morphs between eight toy sounds and eight synth layers. Her motion can be played manually and automated
The robot is controlled exactly like the ballerina, its progress modulating up to eight effects processors. Individual effects are tailored to each theme and fall into four categories: Resonant effects (EQ and filters), spatial processors (such as delays), bitcrushers and distortions, and modulation tools. There are also four assignable modulation sources: Two envelopes and two LFOs.