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Boards of Canada Synthesis
BOCS (Boards Of Canada Synthesis) is a Kontakt library inspired by the electronic duo Boards of Canada.
It's refreshingly different compared to previous efforts from various sample packs and vst synths.
The Audiowarp prerequisite will always be that our samples are unique, top quality and highly usable and that we do all of this at the best price possible for you.
Contains all three revered BOCS Volumes in one bargain priced bundle - totaling 55 patches which can be blended, morphed and modulated to your taste.
These wav files are open for you to use in other applications.
Please note: The FULL version of Kontakt 5.3.1 is required (NOT Kontakt player)
These sounds have been created using similar sampling and recorded methods utilised by the group themselves. Vintage analog synths, 4-tracks, valve amps even VHS recorders were used to create samples more authentic than anything we've heard before.
These sounds have a dirty, dusty, and dream like quality just like that elusive Boards of Canada sound.
All 55 sample banks each fit into two sound modules within the Kontakt GUI which consists of a patch blend option. Drop the volume on module 2 and use these samples as fantastic sounding individual patches. Combine any two of the ten different sample sounds and change settings such as volume, attack, release or perhaps add a high or low pass filter. With this awesome blend functionality you have the ability to create a vast array of new sounds tailored to your individual needs.
Use the modulation controls to change any parameter over time. You want a long silky filter sweep? you got it. Want to control the amount of oscillating micro tuning? Done. You just want those vintage analog synths moving and panning in some crazy manner whilst you control the oscillation speed in real time? Got it covered!
"I really like the vibe of the BOCS pads. They seems to fit quite perfect in a mix . Can't wait to check out more stuff from Audiowarp"