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Review: Sonokinetic Modal Runs

The latest pack from Sonokinetic allows for the simple creation of easy orchestral runs throughout your tracks, which blends perfectly with the company’s canon of products.

Review: Sonokinetic Indie

Flying in the face of the epic and cinematic trend of modern sample libraries, Sonokinetic’s latest aims to appeal to those who are aiming for a more DIY sonic aesthetic.

Sonokinetic Noir Review – Jazz-Drenched Cinematic Scoring

Sonokinetic’s latest library draws inspiration from the Golden Age of cinematic jazz scoring. Dave Gale heads to a smoke-filled bar for inspiration... Price €299.90 Contact Sonokinetic Noir...

Sonokinetic Espressivo Review – Maximum Musical Impact

Delving into the dark world of aleatoric orchestral sampling, Sonokinetic’s Espressivo isn’t for the fainthearted. Mark Cousins takes a closer look… Price €249 Contact Sonokinetic Espressivo key...

Create Realistic, Complex Brass Chords With Ostinato Brass From Sonokinetic

Following up Ostinato Strings, Sonokinetic has released Ostinato Brass, a new phrase library for complex brass chords... We'll pass you over to Sonokinetic to hear...

Sonokinetic Percussao Do Brasil Review

Percussão Do Brasil contains all the main instruments of a typical Brazilian percussion ensemble and is capable of producing a true carnival atmosphere. Keith...

Sonokinetic Tutti Vox – Cinematic Choir

After a string of orchestral products with a stylish GUI and a unique way of working, Sonokinetic has released a cinematic choir library in...
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