StarBurst HT is a rather unique sound expansion set for the HT6000 sample library, produced by Rhythmic Robot Audio. What makes StarBurst HT so unique is that this sound set uses Rhythmic Robot’s Casio HT6000 sampled content, and transforms the basic HT sounds provided into a lush sounding ambient instrument using advanced Kontakt parameters, and impulse response based convolution. StarBurst HT comes with 10 Single patches, 10 Multi Patches, 5 Impulse Responses, and a Graphic User Interface based off of Rhythmic Robot Audio ‘s factory GUI, that resembles the color and look of traditional HT series synthesizers. Of the 20 Sample Wave’s included with Rhythmic Robot Audio’s PatchVault HT6000, 8 Sample Wave’s were used in the making of this sound set.
Single Patches: The 8 Sample Waves were used to create the following single patches using advanced Modulation Routings, Filter Settings, and Convolution Effects. (Heavy use of Modulation Wheel!) :
Ambient Pad I
Ambient Pad II
Multi Patches: The 10 Single Patches were used to create the following multi patches, but sound different to their single patch counterparts due to patch re-programming and use of alternate Modulation Routings. (Also uses Modulation Wheel!) :
The StarBurst HT GUI: Although the original GUI created by Rhythmic Robot Audio is sufficient enough, and comes with access to all of the necessary parameters to create your own patches, I decided to create a look that better resembled the original HT series line of synthesizers.
Installation Instructions: Locate the Rhythmic Robot Audio’s PatchVault HT6000 folder on your hard drive (The default folder name is “RR PV HT6000” unless you renamed it). Place all three of the included folders located within the “RR PV HT6000” folder in this expansion set, into the “RR PV HT6000” folder on your hard drive:
Instruments —> RR PV HT6000 (10 Single instruments)
Multis —> RR PV HT6000 (10 Multi instruments)
Resources —> RR PV HT6000 ( IR Samples & GUI Image)