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Vertigo Flute

Kontakt Instrument by Cinematique Instruments

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Vertigo flute is another addition to Cinematique Instruments' symphonic range.

As a further member of our Vertigo series, it inherits similar sonic characteristics, namely the warm and gritty tones of the Vertigo instruments.

Cinematique Instruments put a lot of effort into creating a diverse range of articulations allowing the user to blend from subtle tones to more experimental soundscapes. The effects section of our Vertigo engine enables you to tweak sounds to create anything from cosy warm pads to rougher sounds.

All in all, the Vertigo Flute is a versatile and easy to use tool for sculpting textures fitting for film but feeling equally at home among every producer looking for organic, breathy and unique timbres.


Essentially Vertigo Flute is a melange of 16 meticulously selected flute articulations and additional sounds which can be mixed freely to fulfil your creative vision in an intuitive and easy way.

The overall sound is characterised by a warm and raw flute ensemble, with a special organic flavour. Cinematique Instruments' aim was to deliver a unique and inspiring flute ensemble. We recorded different articulations (regular, fragile, taped, avant-garde, resampled and blow) with a varying amount of players. All sounds can be mixed, tuned and panned individually. Several articulations can also be varied in the number of players.

Vertigo Flute comes with 13 presets to provide instantly playable ensembles. All of these aspects come together to form the beautiful, rich and organic sound that is Vertigo Flute. Because of its unique assortment of sounds such as raw flute sounds or resampled sources as well as its organic human feel, it is a very special library.

The manual is embedded in the GUI of the instrument. You can find it by pressing the info 'I'. If you are looking for a pdf or similar, please have a look at the manual of Vertigo Violin or Vertigo Strings, because the general functions are the same.


Vertigo Flute provides 16 different sound sources:

  • Regular (A, B and 6 players), usual flute tone
  • Fragile (1 and 4 players), played very softly
  • Taped (1 and 4 players) - send thru tape devices
  • Avant-Garde, four articulations with motions inside
  • Resampled, three articulations manipulated by hardware gear
  • Blow (1 and 3 players) just the airflow without tone

All these sounds result in a wonderful tool to easily achieve inspiring as well as unique flute ensemble sounds. It gives you a rich and deep sonic experience.

13 Pre-Defined Ensembles

in order to get pre-defined ensembles, there are 13 inspiring presets available, giving you a powerful set of sounds.


This lets Vertigo Flute go random by using the 'Dice' option.

6 Additional FX

Besides tone control, attack, decay there are two controls called 'Fog' and 'Retro' which let the entire instrument sound vintage and rich.

6 Reverb Types

Besides several different sizes, you get special types such as an infinite and deep valley.

MW volume control

Easily adjustable volume control by the mod wheel.

System Requirements

  • Kontakt 5.6.8 full version (or later).
  • Approx 640 MB storage required.

Important Notes:

  • The FULL Version of Kontakt 5.6.8+ is required in order to use this instrument.
  • You will be stuck in DEMO MODE if trying to use this instrument in the FREE Kontakt Player.

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