Sample Logic Intros Morphestra 2 Virtual Instrument

morphestraSample Logic has released Morphestra 2, a virtual instrument that they describe as a ‘morphed cinematic orchestra’.

Morphestra 2 weighs in at over 25 GBs and offers 5,000+ morphed cinematic instruments & multis, derived entirely from true orchestral recordings.

Morphestra is powered by Native Instruments’ Kontakt 5 platform (full version or Kontakt Player).

Here’s the official intro video:


  • Over 5,000 sound presets
  • Original MORPHESTRA GENERATIONS instruments/multis and MORPHESTRA 1.0 multis are also included
  • 4 soundcore engine, allowing simultaneous playback of up to 8 soundsources
  • Sample Logic’s proprietary Morph Animator, Step Animator, 3D Mixer, and the only XY Mixer for Kontakt
  • Hot-swappable FX chain technology
  • Fully “randomizable” interface for instant inspiration
  • Dozens of fully-customizable effects presets

Here’s a look at the Morphestra 2 instruments in action:

Morphestra 2 Audio Demos:

Pricing and Availability:

Morphestra 2 is available from Sample Logic for an introductory price of US $399.99 (normally $499.99).

8 thoughts on “Sample Logic Intros Morphestra 2 Virtual Instrument

  1. That’s very expensive for a bank that comes in a market that is already very very crowed with plenty of very good banks and plugins that offer just as much (if not more) for way less money… We’re not in 2010 anymore.

  2. The price MIGHT be fine, if the content and usability are there. I’m liking what I’m hearing in the demo in terms of mastering, tones, and production. It’s a little hard to tell about playability– (i.e., are there multi-velocities with the sounds that need them? Are the releases tweaked for playability? etc. etc.)

    It’s a bit in that awkward zone where you might want it to be more orchestral and it’s got lots of synth stuff. I’d want to be more familiar with what was included before I would commit that kinda cash.

  3. I think the comparison Omnisphere is a fair one. I expect this one will have some strengths that Omnisphere lacks. However, Omnisphere is a pretty burly product and hard to beat in most respects.

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