Cloudburst is a compact, deeply-sampled library of Natural Harmonics played on a modern electric guitar.
Natural Harmonics are traditionally limited to specific notes based on the tuning of the instrument, but Cloudburst has been meticulously chromatically sampled for almost 3 octaves of upper register notes.
The result is a gorgeous, clean and "pure" guitar sound with lush resonance and numerous built-in and automatable FX for sonic sculpting. Layer it with pianos, strings or even on its own and smile as your melodies overflow with emotion and feeling.
- 3 Octaves of professional tuned and recorded Natural Harmonics
- Multi-Velocity Samples
- Round-Robin function for realistic playing
- Built-in Reverb, Delay, Filter, Trash and Movement FX, all with automatable controllers
- Pitch-Bend and Filter Cutoff via Modwheel.
- Kontakt 5.8 or later (FULL VERSION REQUIRED)
- 4GB of RAM (8GB Recommended)
- Stable internet connection (for download)
- 105MB Free HDD Space
Less is more!
This instrument does not do a heck of a lot, however, it sounds fantastic. It plays guitar harmonics and that's all it needs to do. The few effects there are sound great and easy to use. The interface is extremely intuitive. Awesome instrument!
Very pleased with the product sounds great and even better after i put guitar rig on it
really nice instrument. use it a lot.
Sounds Amazing 10/10
What it says on the tin, and then some
Very affordable, beautifully sampled, and with (it seems) some nice compression and EQ out of the box which means getting a big, present harmonic tone more easily than picking up my own guitar. Grateful for the baked-in FX as well; the delay is especially nice.
Small simple library but brilliant sound
Iamlamprey\'s treatment on harmonics
Simple but effective guitar harmonics to complement your sounds.
Demo - Sea of Clouds
All the sounds are from Cloudburst except the sub bass sound which comes from Ableton Live's Operator. Some sounds have been bounced and then manipulated that way. There is quite a bit of processing from the effects in Live including: EQ, compression, saturation, reverb, and delay.