Cinematique Instruments has released Debussy Freeze, a free library for Native Instruments Kontakt. Debussy Freeze is the newest title from Klang series that covers a wide range of approaches including unpublished instruments, sound experiments, theoretical musical thought concepts or random products.
What does it sound like when you are sitting in a concert hall listening to an orchestra while time freezes? So Jumpel just took one of his orchestral recordings of Claude Debussy and stretched it a few hours. The result is 2 different sounds with which you can play beautiful trance patterns among others.
The Debussy Freeze contains 2 orchestra atmos freezes which can be morphed controlled by the modwheel. In addition, the instrument has 9 different reverb types, a length control, a tone control, and a chorus and a distortion fx.
Debussy Freeze requires a full version of Native Instruments Kontakt (Player version will work in demo mode).
More information: Cinematique Instruments