Zero-G Introduced Herz-OG Synthesizer For Kontakt 5!

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Zero-G latest release Herz-OG is a new Synthesizer sample library for Kontakt 5 with a powerful sound design-oriented engine!

Zero-G has released today Herz-OG, a new Synthesizer for the Kontakt 5 engine. It features a massive 12 GB factory library with over 700 presets that is built-in a powerful modern Kontakt 5 interface. It comes with 15 individual filters, 11 LFO shapes, delays, ADSR’s for pitch, filter and amp and much more.


It comes with a unique custom Kontakt interface with a simple elegant design and fully functioning sequencer. Herz-OG comes with over 700 preset instruments that are merely your starting points on The road to creating the patches of your dreams. Alternatively, you can combine two or more patches to create multis that are incredibly complex in texture and sound.

With Herz-OG easy manipulation is everything. With its 15 Individual filters, 11 LFO shapes. Unison Voice Mode, a pair of multifunctional sync-able delays, separate ADSRs for pitch, filter and amplitude, variable sample start, saturation and analogue-feel knobs….and let’s not forget that amazing sequencer, all accessible from one beautiful uncomplicated GUI, this instrument is a joy to use.

Herz-OG also lets you assign standard MIDI controllers to virtually any parameter so that you can control them from a MIDI controller in real-time. Add to that an immense 12Gb of immaculately recorded analogue and digital samples and you have an instrument that no self-respecting musician or composer should be without.

Zero-G Herz-OG is now on sale at a 20% introductory discount from Time+Space until October 18th (regular $66.95 USD/£59.95 incl. VAT). It requires Kontakt 5.7.0 or higher (full version).

More information here: Zero-G

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