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Welcome

FrozenPlain is the home of my virtual instruments and other sound assets. The sample libraries here are somewhat off the beaten track and focus on taking inspiring sounds and using them in unique ways, with experimental scripting and flexible UI. 

 

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Latest - Hammered Chordophone

Hammered Chordophone is an organic and natural sounding Kontakt 5.3+ library. The sound is comparable to a hammered dulcimer, though unusually, the recordings were made by playing steel strings with pencils. A lot of attention was paid to capturing the twang and bounce of the strings. Included in the library is a strum function, that when activated, will strum the notes of a chord. There is a selection of specially picked impulse responses, and a separate effects page as well.


Phoenix - powerful tool for creating strings and choir pads

Phoenix is the ultimate tool for creating rich sustains with movement and emotion. This Kontakt 5 instrument can make anything from real string ensembles to sci-fi pads. Here are some of the key features:

 

  • Innovative LFO engine that can modulate up to 4 parameters at once
  • See the modulation happen on the controls
  • 6 effects including chorus, delay and convolution reverb
  • 6 layer mixer with tune, pan and volume controls

 

The strings in the intro of this track are straight from Phoenix:

 

Free Music Box for Kontakt 5

Victorian Music Box is a multisampled antique music box. The sound is dark and mysterious, perfect for a more ‘cinematic’ style. The instrument is very tweakable with attack/ release and low/ high EQ controls. Included is a convolution reverb effect with a load of unusual impulses. You also get the wind up sounds and the mechanical ‘whir’ in wav format, and also as part of the patch.

 

This product is free. To hear audio demos, and the get the download link, visit the Victorian Music Box page.