Background
Background

ELECTRIC, ACOUSTIC AND BASS

Harmonics are most often played by lightly placing a finger on a string at a nodal point of one of the overtones at the moment when the string is driven. The finger immediately damps all overtones that do not have a node near the location touched. The lowest-pitch overtone dominates the resulting sound.

IN ACTION

See how Harmonix can enrich your music creating both melodies and background textures with the different tonal characteristic of the three types included: acoustic, electric and bass harmonics. With the included effects, possibilities are endless.

Harmonix - interface for Kontakt

MAIN VIEW

Full mixer with volume, width, purge/load and doubling parameters. Advanced settings like number of round robin (repetitions), velocity curve control and voicing for total control over the instrument.

EFFECTS

Enhance the sonic possibilities of the library with these set of effects ready to be used right in the GUI, including compression, reverb, tempo-synced delay, distortion, saturation and a special sequencer to add motion to the sound.

  • Harmonix - user interface - effects
  • Harmonix - user interface - effects
  • Harmonix - user interface - effects
  • Harmonix - user interface - effects
  • Harmonix - user interface - effects
  • Harmonix - user interface - effects
  • Harmonix - user interface - effects

AUDIO DEMOS

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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Harmonix requires the full version of Kontakt 4 or 5.
Kontakt Player (free) will run in demo mode for 15 minutes.

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