Kreate sound library for NI Kontakt by Speedy J

Fixed Noise announces the release of KREATE, a new sound library completely designed and produced by legendary techno, dance, minimal artist Speedy J aka Jochem Paap. KREATE offers over 4 GB of sounds designed to inspire and awe those in the electronic music-world, whether it be the fellow DJ/producer, film composer or pop artist looking for a cutting-techno edge.

This personal collection of Speedy J’s sounds includes the dance and minimal electronic rhythms for which he is notorious as well as fluid pads that offer an atmospheric sensibility. The library is composed of drum kits, individual hits tones, loops, sequencer-based instruments, fx and konstrukt instruments. The library is made up of over 500 instruments mapped out in Native Instruments Kontakt Player 2. The Kontakt Player allows the user to create with the powerful and popular Kontakt interface without necessarily owning the full version.

“My intention was to design a collection of sounds that is fun to play with and inspires the creation of music. The goal is to provide a broad set of carefully sculpted distinctive elements which can be used in many ways,” says Jochem Paap. “In my own productions I always try to use sounds in unexpected ways by pushing the limits of my tools. KREATE is designed to provide an organized and easily accessible collection of tools which will inspire users to take the same approach but make it less of a hassle. “

KREATE is Fixed Noise’s second software instrument. “We are thrilled to release KREATE,” says Fixed Noise founder, Jo Ardalan. “The pressure was on after OTTO to create something as sonically distinctive. Jochem succeeded in creating an instrument that not only stands alone sonically but feels endlessly creative.”

Paap released his debut album, Ginger, on Warp Records. He has since released many records like Public Energy No 1,A Shocking Hobby, Loudboxer, and also collaborated with artists such as Chris Liebing, Depeche Mode, Bjork, the Shamen, Mike Paradinas, Pete Namlook, George Issakidis, and Adam Beyer. In February, 2008 Paap and visual artist, Scott Pagano, released an audiovisual production designed specifically for 5.1 surround with rave reviews. His is currently releasing his records digitally through his own digital label Electric Deluxe.

KREATE will be released in late July, 2008 and costs $US 199.99 retail,

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