Hypernode is a fully modular electronic music arranger and a collection of over 300 KONTAKT® multi instruments, serving pretty much most of contemporary electronic music styles and genres (pop, dance, ambient, chillout, dubstep, etc).
Each multi instrument is called a “style” and can be seen like a whole song complete with intro, chorus, verse and so on. You can edit any part, any section and / or sounds of each multi to your liking. You have an accompaniment section where you can play up to three-note chords, a drum section as well as additional parts like bass, pad and harmony.
Hypernode ships with over 700 factory sounds (24 bit, 44 kHz), ranging from keys and guitars to synthesizer waveforms and hybrids. You can edit every aspect of the included sounds down to the smallest detail utilizing filters, envelopes, LFO’s and effects.
All instruments offer flexible sequencers, automation, five freely assignable insert effect slots, convolution reverb and more. You can even modulate insert effect parameters via the included sequencers.
The accompaniment module features 64 simultaneously running sequencers!
Each sequencer can run on its own rate, number of steps (up to 128) and act as an one-shot phrase if required. There are eight switchable patterns - which results in a total of 512 sequencing tables for the accompaniment module alone!
Hypernode was designed for the freely available KONTAKT® 5 Player. No additional software required.
Each included multi instrument in Hypernode comes with eight patterns, that you can switch via the yellow keyboard notes or via MIDI learn. The red keys show the range in where you can play accompaniment notes or chords and the green keys represent the lead module noterange.
Since Hypernode is modular, you can exchange all instruments with others from the included factory library. Or you can mute/solo different parts or even add additional second lead modules or pad modules to thicken up the already huge sounds.
Hypernode does even come with a lead-harmony module which playes complimenting notes from the held chords in the accompaniment section.
A single Hypernode multi consists of up to 14 modules (7 musical and 7 drums/percussion):
Accompaniment (Samples Reversed)
Lead (Release Trigger)
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*= some parts of Hypernode are still under development. All information shown here will be included in the final release.