…library of drum sounds (720 individually programmed hits spread across 6 kits, with 2 more kits for members before the year’s up).
…graphic interface for Kontakt 4 scripted to be completely controllable with a midi controller with as few as 8 endless encoders and 13 buttons. The automap style programming gives you access to well over 1000 individual parameters with never more than a few button pushes. No scrolling or drop down menus to be found, you don’t have to use your mouse or keyboard at all if you don’t feel like it.
…Kontakt uber-template for up to 8 groups per instrument. Each group in a BooTweak instrument comes with an identical array of insert fx: Saturator, Lo-Fi, 3 band eq, 3×2 filter, Stereo, Compressor, Send fx and Limiter. Each group also comes pre-configured with 6 modulators: 2 AHDSR envelopes, 2 DBD envelopes and 2 multi-mode LFOs.
These modulators have 16 pre-configured assignments, so you can instantly get down to tweaking filter, tuning, effects etc. settings. There are also 14 external modulator assignments. A velocity value can affect up to 14 different parameters right out of the gate. A full rack of instrument insert fx and send fx are also set up and programmed to work with the BooTweak interface and presets. You can take your beats and samples from static to animate in no time at all, and back to where they started with the press of a preset button.
…modular preset system, the most advanced of it’s kind. Any of the 32 preset buttons can recall just a handful or over a 1000 parameters with a single press, tempo-synced to your host clock if you want.
…creative environment without peer in the world of samplers. Beyond the drum samples that come with BooTweak you can use the 8 groups to tweak loops chopped right inside Kontakt, long non-rhythmic samples, stems from tracks you’re working on — anything at all.
BooTweak can be as little or as much as you want it to be, it’s up to you.