Suona KONTAKT | Images From Magesy® R Evolution™


P2P | 13 January 2020 | 5.8 GB

A hybrid crossover of brass and woodwind

Suona is rather unique. It is sort of a crossover between brass and woodwind. The sound of Suona is energetic, unapologetically harsh, abrasively brash, and proud-to-be-so-loud, blasting out everythings in sight. The sound is simply wild. Suona is believed to be derived from the Persian Zurna and slowly adopted by the Chinese in the course of history. By the time of the Ming Dynasty (14th – 17th century), Suona is documented as a prevalent instrument in China. Today, Suona is still widely used at the local grassroot events such as weddings or religious festivals, especially in the rural area. Some modified versions of Suona are now the official instruments of large traditional Chinese orchestras.

Extraordinary Playability
ChineeSuona contains two different Suonas: a Big Suona in G (note range: D4-E6), a Small Suona in D (note range: A3-B5), with various types of legato, tremolo, trills and staccato, rolls and vibes playing styles. Like all other Chinee Series instruments, the live playability of ChineeSuona is, again, the focus of the design. The audio demos here is an an exemplary showoff of what can be done with only one single Suona patch.


ChineeErHu I and II KONTAKT | Images From Magesy® R Evolution™


P2P | 13 January 2020 | 4.04 GB

Being here, to be there

Erhu is a bowed instrument with two strings, originally dated back to Tang Dynasty(7th century A.D.), and is still being widely used today all over China in all kinds of music, from movie scores to opera. It’s one of the most representative classical Chinese instruments nowadays. It’s also very popular in the whole Asia. Erhu has a special synthetic flavour which is drastically different from the Western violin. Whilst violin sounds like a splendid soprano in a grand musical, Erhu tells her life story in a hoarse tone from the dark alley. This gives Erhu an unique sound character that’s like nothing else.  For the musicians who are after the purist Chinese sound, ChineeErhu is a must-have. For the musicians who are after exotic and inspirational string sound, ChineeErhu fits the need as well. ChineeErhu contains extensive expressions of legato, vibrato, F-p-F, staccatos, pizzicato, tremolos, glide and trills, cleverly woven and programmed to be used with MIDI aftertouch/modwheel, along with the keyswitch feature provided by the plugin, to bring the users the most lively articulations as easily accessible as possible.

ChineeErHu II:
Professional excellency
Kong Audio recorded the sessions with a distinguished Erhu musician, Mr. YuSheng Liu(who has won in several national/provincial Erhu competitions), to capture the nuance and brilliance of various delicate Erhu playing techniques.

The Brand-new Brilliance
ChineeErhu II is a brand-new recording of an Erhu fiddle and it is developed based on the feedback of our highly acclaimed ChineeErhu. With all-new approaches to the mic’ings, plus the planned integration with Kong Audio’s QIN engine, this time the focus is on the more realistic legato playability and the clarity of sound. More Importantly, ChineeErhu II’s sound character is much more cleaner, yet more mellow. It is more suitable for melancholic tunes with this incarnation ChineeErhu II contains extensive expressions of legato, vibrato, F-p-F, staccatos, pizzicato, tremolos, glide and trills, cleverly woven and programmed, the users now can play smooth legato performances easily.

ChineeErHu I and II KONTAKT

Legendary EDM Shots AiFF | Images From Magesy® R Evolution™

Legendary EDM Shots AiFF

STRiKE | 13.01.2020 | 35 MB

Legendary EDM Shots is a one of kind one-shot sample pack for your productions. This pack includes 50 legendary one-shots that will bring nothing but explosive, high energy, and all around full fat sounds for your next track. This one shot sample collection features perfectly designed synth and bass shots that are ready to be used in your next anthem. With 15 Bass and 35 Synth shots specialized for (but non limited to) Bounce, Electro, Minimal, and Future House, you will have nothing but the best legendary sounds for your next massive hit! This 30Mb one shot pack was created with passion and the love for music. Legendary EDM Shots brings you the best and most creative one-shots that will give you the cutting edge on your productions. Inspired by artists such as Martin Garrix, Oliver Heldens, Will Sparks, SCNDL, Turtl3, Hardwell, and many more!

Sounds & Categories:
• 15 X Bass Shots AIFF
• 35 X Synth Shots AIFF
• All DAW’s Supported
• 100% Royalty Free

Legendary EDM Shots AiFF

GuZheng KONTAKT | Images From Magesy® R Evolution™


P2P | 13 January 2020 | 8.15 GB

Rippling and Dreamy

Guzheng, as one of the most representative Chinese instruments, first appeared around the Warring States period (475 – 221 BC), then became extremely popular during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907 AD) and spread to all neighboring areas ever since (e.g., Guzheng is the forefather of Japanese Koto). Guzheng was originally a rather simple instrument with only five strings. After all the years of evolution, today’s Guzheng has twenty-one strings and is still widely used in all kinds of Chinese music. Guzheng has a unique, rippling sound character. The playing techniques developed for Guzheng are also Extraordinary Live Performance Playability ChineeGuzheng II has an extensive sampleset which contains various types of tremolo, slide, glissando, and strumming. The note range is from A2 to G7 (for most patches).


PiPa and LiuQin KONTAKT | Images From Magesy® R Evolution™


P2P | 13 January 2020 | 7.12 GB

PiPa: The Never-Stopping Chattering. Pipa (Chinese Lute) has its origin dated back to the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC). As Pipa evolved, it was heavily influenced by Persian culture during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907 AD) when the two great civilizations crossed over with each other, and became one of the most popular instruments in China ever since then As Pipa prospered in the most powerful Chinese dynasty, it left tremendous markings in the Chinese literature and culture. Pipa is most well-known for its rapid, successive playing style. A famous quote from a Chinese poem has it nailed: “[sounds like] the pearls, large and small, on a jade plate fall”.

Extraordinary Playability. ChineePipa contains various types of legato, tremolo, trills, rolls, slaps, and staccato, as well as special techniques, phrases and articulations. The note range is from A3 to D7 (for most patches). With the extensive sampling and Modwheel triggered expressions, the live playability of ChineePipa is, again, unmatched. The audio demo here is an an exemplary showoff of what can be done with only one patch.

From the Grassroot
LiuQin is a grassroot folk instrument which was originally popular in some provinces of China for the last two centuries. LiuQin was a simple and rough instrument at the begining, and it was once referred to as “the plebs’ Pipa” due to its lack of refinement – yet it is much closer to the true rural life. The structure of today’s LiuQin has been redesigned in the mid-20th century. With the improved physical form, plus its higher pitch scale and its Western Mandolin-like acoustic effect, LiuQin has become a prominent instrument in today’s Chinese classical circle.

PiPa and LiuQin KONTAKT

South Side Hi Hats Pack WAV MiDi | Images From Magesy® R Evolution™

South Side Hi-Hats Pack

STRiKE | 13.01.2020 | 50 MB

‘South Side’ contains 40 Trap hi-hat loops in both WAV and MIDI format. This pack was carefully crafted to give you the ultimate producer experience when it comes to making modern Trap music, and has everything you need to keep you ahead of the trend, bringing you only the most fresh and up-to-date tools for your music production. MIDI files are included for all instruments and musical phrases, allowing you to tweak every aspect of the loops, such as tempo, root key, and even single notes, to perfectly fit these melodies into your arrangement.  All sounds have been processed and edited using professional outboard gear to ensure authentic analogue warmth. Just drag and drop the files into your favourite DAW and you’re good to go.

• 20 WAV Hi-Hat Loops
• 20 MIDI Hi-Hat Loops

South Side Hi-Hats Pack WAV MiDi

Orbital DRUM KiT WAV | Images From Magesy® R Evolution™

Orbital DRUM KiT WAV

FANTASTiC | 13 January 2020 | 127 MB

This kit comes with 114 HIGH QUALITY Wav files and can be used with ANY DAW! This includes (but not limited to) FL Studio, Logic, Garage Band, Ableton, Cubase, FL Mobile, Etc. Its as easy as dragging and dropping (in most cases). ALL SOUNDS WERE CUSTOM DESIGNED BY KYLE BEATS. There is no other kit with these EXACT sounds. ALL drum sounds were manipulated over and over until perfection.

114+ Sounds In TOTAL:
– (8) KICKS
– (22) Percussion
– (8) Open Hats
– (10) Vox
– (8) Snares
– (10) Rim Shots
– (13) Claps
– (4) 808s
– (5) Ambience / FX
– (4) Melody Loops
– (3) One Shots (Melody)

Orbital DRUM KiT WAV

Secret Bounce Vol.1 WAV | Images From Magesy® R Evolution™

Secret Bounce Vol.1 WAV

FANTASTiC | 13 January 2020 | 47 MB

•17 x 808s
•10 x Claps
•12x x Hihats
•5 x Hihat Rolls
•11 x Kicks
•6 x Openhats
•17 x Percs
•20 x Snares
•10 x Samples

Secret Bounce Vol.1 WAV

ChineeGuQin KONTAKT | Images From Magesy® R Evolution™


P2P | 13 January 2020 | 2.25 GB

The Vivacious Vessel of Harmony

GuQin is among the few most distinctive and representative classical Chinese instruments ever. The written record of it can be traced back to at least 3,000 years ago. It’s a zither similar to GuZheng, but since GuQin does not have bridges, it is far more versatile in terms of tones and playing techniques, it is also much harder to master. GuQin has a special place in the Chinese history as a symbol of the high-culture of the nobles and intellectuals (Junzi, Superior Man). It’s also seen as the vessel for pursuing harmony. Even Confucius had played and taught GuQin. During the last two tumultuous centuries of China, however, GuQin’s tradition almost went extinct. Nowadays the Chinese have resumed the tradition and are trying to revitalize GuQin. GuQin is usually accompanied with a lower-pitched flute in performance. ChineeNanxiao, or some other xiaos in ChineeWinds are good choices of companion. The music style is usually more personal and inward.


SanXian: The Bajo of the East KONTAKT | Images From Magesy® R Evolution™


P2P | 13 January 2020 | 2.51 GB

SanXian (literally means “3 strings”) can be traced back to Qin dynasty, 3rd century B.C. It is mostly known to the West through its Japanese decedent, samisen. SanXian’s sound character is a bit similar to Banjo. SanXian comes in a several sizes, the big SanXian can be a tough challenge for short musicians. Even though SanXian has always been a vital component in the Chinese music, in modern times people inclined to learn other instruments over it for various reasons. SanXian is still widely used in all kinds of folk musical acts and performances everywhere. Nowadays in the Shanghai area, a revived form of performance, PingTan (評彈), is usually performed as a duet of a PiPa and a SanXian. Appreciating this kind of local forms of musical performances characterizes that China is, once again, embracing her own historical music tradition.

ChineeSanXian captures and recreates SanXian faithfully and is powered by the new Windows native QIN engine.

SanXian: The Bajo of the East KONTAKT


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