Quantum Entropy is the latest addition to The Blue Zone Series for Kontakt 4.2.4 and above. It consists of a three layer multi presented as separate instruments which can be layered with any of the other sounds in the series. In this release the raw material for all three sounds was from rather unusual methods…
Octave Flipper was made by recording the vertical signal output of a 1968 Tektronix 545B tube oscilloscope with the timebase pushed into instability between single and double cycles on the screen whilst triggered by a cyclic input signal and chopped (multiplexed) with the timebase sawtooth waveform! This caused a harmonically rich octave flipping effect.
Grand Nebula was made by pushing a high frequency LFO modulated sustain on the Monotron into infinite delayed feedback with the filter cutoff set low and feeding the results through the Watkins Copicat tape delay.
Neptune Brass is a warm brass like pad made by gently feeding multiple raw oscillators into a tube overdrive and then into an analog chorus. Its also presented in arpeggiated form.
Dan Wilson Sound & Patch Design
Stephen Howell GUI Design & Graphics
Mario Krušelj TBZ Engine Script