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Tunelle for Kontakt 5

In the Tunelle library for NI Kontakt you will find:
  • 5 Metal Tunelle articulations, all covering 2 octaves
  • 2 Wooden Tunelle articulations, both covering 2 octaves
  • 1 Body Hits articulation, covering 3.5 octaves
  • Up to 8 velocity layers
  • 3 round-robin layers
  • 40 presets
  • 2 GB of Tunelle samples (44.1 kHz, 24-bit).

Installed size: approx. 895 MB using lossless ncw compression.

The Tunelle sample library is available for Kontakt 5

-30%
$89.00 / €75.00 / £65.00
$62.30 / €52.50 / £45.50


Please note that Tunelle for Kontakt does not work with the free Kontakt Player!

Wooden Equinox Spring Water Snowdrops Cherry Blossoms

All demo tracks were made entirely with sounds from the Tunelle library.

Reviews

THE AUDIO SPOTLIGHT

"This library doesn’t only offer a very unique instrument it also offers very unique sounds."
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FILM AND GAME COMPOSERS

"There is truly a unique sound from the Tunelle Library. Film Composers looking to expand their strange musical palette for atmospheric and eerie scenes, would have a field day with this library!"
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Tunelle Main
Tunelle's main panel allows you to control the most important instrument paramaters.

Tunelle's story

Tunelle is a Spring instrument. Its name is a contraction of two words that characterise this instrument sonically and visually: 'tuned tunnel'.

We've built two different versions of this instrument - Metal Tunelle and Wooden Tunelle.

Tunelle
Wooden Tunelle
Tunelle
Metal Tunelle

Both of them hold two full octaves of chromatically arranged compression springs.
The different materials used for the resonating bodies are important factors for their resulting sonic characteristics. Metal Tunelle has a clear and long metallic ring, where as Wooden Tunelle has a more damped and warmer sound quality.

Springs always ring in several pitches at the same time. Depending on the articulation used, different pitches of the same spring can be heard more or less clearly.
Tunelle was designed to be played mainly by pulling the springs with fingers and quickly releasing them, letting the springs wobble and resonate.
Other articulations, such as horizontal plucking, vertical plucking, striking with a rubber mallet and plucking with a plectrum bring out friendly rattles that ring in distinct pitches.

Tunelle Articulations
Tunelle's articulations
Wooden Tunelle Main
Wooden Tunelle's main panel has a more wooden look.
Tunelle Settings
Tunelle's settings panel allows you to setup the velocity response of the instrument and control how damping samples are used (damping samples are not available for all articulations).
Tunelle FX
Tunelle's Effects panel has the controls to the effect modules: Trans, EQ, Wobbly Tape, Rev, and Del.
Tunelle FX
Tunelle's Arpeggiator panel is fun for creating some nice patterns (arpeggios) from chords that you are holding on the keyboard.
Additional credits:
Spring Mechanics impulse by Ernst van der Loo (www.ernstvanderloo.com)
Torx bolt heads by Rocz3D, available from: (www.blendswap.com/blends/view/69514)
Circlefont by Lautauro Cabrera (lautarocabrera.com.ar)