We took a Fender Telecaster and recorded octave tremolos across it’s full range. What you get when you spread this across a keyboard and start playing chords is an absolute monsoon of textures and nanoscopic details beautifully weaving in and out. This is absolute ear candy.
Take a listen
- Kontakt instrument of a deeply sampled Fender Telecaster playing octave tremolos.
- FEATURES: 6x round robins [3 natural round robins + 3 borrowed round robins]
- SOUND DESIGN: In addition to the main patch there are additional sound design patches.
- PRODUCT INFO: 113 MB download (254 MB when extracted).
- REQUIRES FULL VERSION OF KONTAKT 5.8.1 OR ABOVE TO RUN.
Octave tremolos are when you play the same note, an octave apart, in quick succession. For example, cycling between A3 and A4 rhythmically and dynamically.
We’ve drenched these samples in effects [there’s also a clean setting so don’t worry if you want to add your own]. The result is a shimmering, sometimes even organ-like, swelling and evolving soundscape that’s as wide and as full as an orchestra.
So press download, turn off the lights, put your headphones on, close your eyes and get Sonic Zest’s Electric Rain under your fingertips.