Magenta is a Google Brain project
that has created something called NSynth which seems
to be extracting the audio DNA from samples and then
mixing it all together in a user controllable synth.
While I can't give you the synth (it is highly
confusing) which will hopefully someday come out as
a VST, I can apparently use the NSynth Dataset to
create more traditional though possibly funky
sounding instruments. So far I've done a grand total
of 15 instruments but more are probably on the way
as the dataset contains about 1000...
Also I'm trying out Kontakt GUI
Maker. The interface is really simple, but it does
have a convolution reverb which sounds much better
than regular reverb. Note these are all Kontakt
instruments and need Kontakt 5.6.6.
Because the resource files are
bigger than the instruments, I put them in a
separate download. This makes every instrument
download 90 megs smaller.
Unzip NST Resources in the same folder
as the NST instruments you download (in 7-Zip use
This will make a NST Resources
folder as you see in the picture below. This folder
will have 3 files, a .nkc, a .nkr.& a .png file. All
NST instruments will use this one resources folder.