Zero-G Releases Phaedra Virtual Sound Module

PhaedraZero-G has introduced a nicely-named new virtual instrument, Phaedra. It’s powered by Native Instruments Kontakt Player2 and features over 4 gigabytes of sounds, 20,000 samples and 800 patches.


Unhappy with the lack of raw sonic power in virtual emulations of VSTi analog synths, producer Sam Spacey set out on a three year journey to make the ultimate synth and ended up creating a monster in Phaedra..

Constructed with the same attention to detail as a huge orchestral sample library, each of the 20,000 samples has been edited and looped by hand, with loops being very long so as to extract that lovely analog randomness magic. Nearly every single preset has each separate note sampled so as to eliminate aliasing within the instrument’s range. With Kontakt 2’s engine being pushed totally to the limits we have produced a library that is a full synthesizer in its own right. PHAEDRA is suitable for all types of music and would enhance any producer’s sonic armoury.

Categories include:

  • 01 Synth 1
  • 02 Synth 2
  • 03 Bass
  • 04 Leads
  • 05 Pads
  • 06 Sequences
  • 07 FX
  • 08 DnB
  • 09 Synth Builder 10 Multis

Minimum System Requirements: Windows XP/Vista, Pentium III 1 GHz/ Athlon 1.4 GHz, 512 MB RAM Mac OS 10.4 or higher, G4 1 GHz, 512 MB RAM, DVD-ROM drive.

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