Fluid Harmonics




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Why is it called FLUID HARMONICS?
“FLUID” because of the flowing sound created with the three arpeggiators.
“HARMONICS” because the library features harmonics from 30 guitars (complemented by 100 synth sounds).





Pads: Imagine a guitar player using a volume pedal to “swell” their sound into a pedal board full of delay, reverb, harmonizer, modulation and synth effects (24 total).

Ambient: 16 Triple Play Arp patches and 8 “Solo” patches focused on slower movement through moody reverbs.

“Fluid Harmonics is a gem. The presets are sources of inspiration… creating your own melodic and rhythmic soundscapes becomes a breeze.”
Pierre Esteve for KR Home-Studio Magazine

“Inspiring with a magnitude of sonic possibilities, Fluid Harmonics is a joy to work with providing instant gratification with the presets…”
Don Bodin for Sample Library Review

“Review Conclusion:
+ Great interface design
+ Versatile Arpeggiators
+ Many in-depth settings possible
+ Interestingly organic in sound”
Stefan Federspiel for BuenaIdeas.de

Fluid Harmonics is an instrument designed to create richly layered melodic patterns with ease.
Why guitar harmonics?
They have a familiar yet mystical sound to them. A purity and clarity. You can tell it’s guitar – but there’s something a bit different – something special. More sparkle. More chime.
With a slew of effects, sound shaping tools and autoplay rhythmic and melodic features at your fingertips, Fluid Harmonics can go from from organic to hybrid to electronic with ease.


The idea had been rattling in our heads for a while. Years actually.
What if we could create an instrument that allowed the user to:
Select three sound sources to layer together
Arpeggiate the three sound sources with independent patterns, rates and playback modes
Shape and effect the three sound sources independent of one another
Select any effect directly from the interface (and swap their positions on the fly)
Humanize the three sound sources independent of one another
Triple PlayWith nearly six months of development, we did it!
We look forward to putting it in your hands.

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Session Pictures

Fluid Harmonics - Session - Dobro 1
Fluid Harmonics - Session - Acoustics
Fluid Harmonics - Session - Electrics
Fluid Harmonics - Session - Dobro 2


18 electric guitars
12 acoustic guitars
100 custom made synth sets

All acoustic guitar and bass guitar sample sets are presented in versions played with fingers AND with a pick, bringing the guitar sample set count to 44.

All guitars feature triple round robin cycling for natural variation.

To improve playability all guitars were tuned to allow samples to be recorded below and above the standard range of the instruments.

200 patches split into four categories:

– Triple Play Electric (40)
– Triple Play Acoustic (40)
– Rhythmic Pulses w Mod Wheel (24)
– Solo (48)
– Pads (24)
– Ambient (24)

71 custom reverb impulse responses
12 custom amp cabinet impulse responses
64 custom fx unit presets

Triple Play rhythm grids can modify up to 15 parameters simultaneously (arp, pitch, filter cutoff, volume and pan x 3)

The Triple Play engine supports up to 22 user-selected Kontakt effects at once, plus an additional three filters, three send delays and three send reverbs, for a total of 31 (!) simultaneous effects.

Kontakt Interface

Fluid Harmonics - Kontakt User Interface 1
Fluid Harmonics - Kontakt User Interface 2
Fluid Harmonics - Kontakt User Interface 1
Fluid Harmonics - Kontakt User Interface 2


Software: Fluid Harmonics requires the full-retail version of Native Instruments’ Kontakt 5.5.2 or higher.

Fluid Harmonics is not compatible with the free Kontakt Player.

Computer: Because Fluid Harmonics and the Triple Play engine utilize an extensive set of features (multiplied by three) we recommend that users have an up-to-date and powerful computer/CPU for the best experience.

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