Review: UNDRGRND Sounds Redlight

    A new Kontakt instrument that provides over 60 analogue and digital basses, leads and chords.

    MT VERDICT

    An easy-to-use instrument with a concise collection of superb raw sounds and decent presets.
    MT Choice
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    Price £79 (intro price £49)
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    Redlight is a synth-based Kontakt instrument with over 60 analogue and digital sound sources covering fat and warm bass sounds, resonant and characterful leads and plenty of classic dance-music chords. You get one Kontakt instrument that unpacks to 3.05GB and 139 excellent, production-ready Snapshot presets. The main page features two sample layers that can be independently processed via a decent FX section and basic mod matrix.

    Although this includes a large collection of superb and creative impulse responses, you can only select categories and then scroll through one by one, which makes browsing a pain. There’s also an arp and a sequencer with nine lanes for the main parameters, plus some useful programming functions and a random button. The sound editing is a little limited and the oscillator wave options aren’t huge compared to some other instruments, but the quality and variety means you can achieve great results fast.

    Key features

    • Dual-layer synth-based Kontakt instrument
    • For Kontakt v5.8.1 or above, or the Free Player
    • 139 Snapshot presets
    • 60+ analogue and digital sound sources
    • Basses, leads, chords
    • FX, multi-lane sequencer and mod matrix
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