NI releases Acoustic Refractions soundpack

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Native Instruments on Monday introduced a new Kore Soundpack called Acoustic Refractions.

Acoustic Refractions includes 100 individual KoreSounds, complete with morphable sound variations, and parameter assignments for sound tweaking in KORE 2 and Kore Player. The soundpack also includes the musical metadata for all presets making it easy to integrate with Kore.

Native Instruments said the soundpack is made up of “unusual acoustic sample material” including light bulbs, blocks of ice, washing machines, spray cans, shredded paper, water, glass and stones, and even the Golden Gate Bridge.

Acoustic Refractions is available to purchase and download from the company’s Web site. It costs $79.

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