Native Instruments has introduced Straylight, a new granular-based software synth, designed for lush pads, soundscapes and tones.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
Craft unique cinematic soundscapes, transitions, and ambient tones in real-time. Built for sound designers and film, TV, and game composers, STRAYLIGHT is ideal for everything from post-apocalyptic sci-fi to gritty thrillers. It combines specialized grain and sample playback modules with carefully captured sound sources, effects, and a powerful performance-based X-Y modulation matrix, allowing inspirational dynamic performance and sound design, direct to picture.
The instrument was also developed in consultation with composer Paul Haslinger (Underworld, Minority Report, Fear The Walking Dead, Rainbow Six: Siege). Here’s Haslinger’s take on it:
Straylight Walkthrough Video:
Pricing and Avaialbility
Straylight is available now for US $149.
4 thoughts on “Native Instruments Intros Straylight Granular-Based Instrument”
“STRAYLIGHT needs a fast CPU to run and requires an Intel i7 processor or higher.” I guess I’m out of luck.
Frontline Assembly Video?
Reasons Grain seems more than happy on my 2.8GHz 2009 Macbook.