Fluidshell Design releases Replikant BPB, an exclusive free Kontakt library for Bedroom Producers Blog readers.
Replikant BPB is a polyphonic wavetable synthesizer powered by Native Instruments Kontakt. It requires the full version of NI Kontakt to work (it will only work for fifteen minutes in the free Kontakt Player plugin).
The library was developed and designed by Fluidshell Design and released as an exclusive freebie on Bedroom Producers Blog. It is a special edition of Fluidshell Design’s library called Replikant2, which is available for download via Patreon.
FluidShell Design is a software and hardware design studio based in Franc. As long-time readers of BPB, they were happy to offer this instrument as a freebie to other BPB readers, and we are very thankful for that!
Taking a closer look at The Replikant BPB, it features most of the controls that you’d typically find in a synthesizer. You can adjust the filters, tweak the AHDSR envelope, and use various Kontakt effects (chorus, delay, saturation, etc.) to spice up the sound. The instrument comes with a selection of presets to help you get started.
Replikant BPB shines as a textured instrument for generating drones, eerie pads, and dreamy leads. It will fit most cinematic and experimental projects.
Composers looking for a quick source of industrial, gritty, and atmospheric sounds will appreciate Replikant BPB’s instant playability. Those who like to dig deeper into sound design can take advantage of the versatile control layout to come up with their own presets.
Check out the demo video below to hear The Replikant BPB in action.
If you like what you hear, chances are you’ll fall in love with FluidShell Design’s other offerings. To download more free Fluidshell Design instruments for NI Kontakt and Reason, visit their Patreon or Ko-fi pages.
You can download The Replikant BPB completely free of charge below. Also, don’t miss our recently released BPB Dirty Filter Plus plugin.
Download: The Replikant BPB (requires the full version of NI Kontakt)
More info: FluidShell Design