FANTASTiC | 28 April 2018 | 4.74 GB
Tonal Ticky Tackies is a collection of semi-tonal percussion instruments programmed to play using a unique combination of sonic textures, rhythmic patterns, panning, filters, and reverb impulse responses.
Cinesamples is proud to present one of our most unique libraries to date, Tonal Ticky Tackies. It is a collection of semi-tonal percussion instruments programmed to play using a unique combination of sonic textures, rhythmic patterns, panning, filters, and reverb impulse responses.
Tonal Ticky Tackies has 20 unique sound sources each of which have 6 unique mixes, providing a wide variety of sounds. It includes 30 rhythmic patterns and over 180 reverb impulse responses. Included are 50 presets that take advantage of these tools giving you detailed control to create interesting rhythms, pads, and FX.
Also included are two built-in compressors and extensive panning and blending controls with basic L-C-R sliders as well as advanced 3-D panning.
The master patch is Tonal Ticky Tackies.nki. The individual patches folder contains all sound sources separately.
Each preset is a unique combination of instruments, mixes, panning, impulse responses, compression, and every other user definable setting. We set up 50 presets that include Patterns, One Shots, Pads and FX. Presets can be changed while playing. The forward and backward navigation buttons make it easy to find the sound you’re looking for without having to load a new patch. You can save your own preset as a separate patch.
In the center of Settings tab, you will find a drop down menu containing 30 unique rhythmic patterns. Make sure the Pattern button is active (this can be turned “Off” in order to play One Shots).
The Pattern loops while playing notes that are connected (played simultaneously). When you play disconnected notes, the engine waits until the next beat and starts the Pattern from the beginning.
Most percussion libaries that have loops available do not support tempo changes inside of your DAW. Tonal Ticky Tackies has been programmed to handle any type of of tempo change. From Immediate jumps to delicate ramps, your pattern will stay synced.
When Patterns are enabled and your DAW transport is enabled, the engine waits until the next beat to start the Pattern in order to remain synchronized.
** We recommend when playing Patterns via midi NOT to quantize to the downbeat. When the note on information occurs on or after the downbeat it is too late for Kontakt to synchronize the Pattern to your DAW. **
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