Category: Audio Samples

Strix Instruments – KANGLING – The Sound of Death v1.0.5 KONTAKT

Strix Instruments – KANGLING – The Sound of Death v1.0.5 KONTAKT | 991 Mb

Eerie sounds of the most enigmatic and scary trumpet – Kangling, make their mark in the digital world of today. Take a trip to the tides of unknown with our latest library, meticulously crafted to provide yet another level of atmosphere in your compositions. Not only do you get the sound of the Kangling itself, but also an impressive collection of different variations based upon the original.

Strix Instruments – Destroyed Six – Cinematic Detuned Pianos v1.0.1 KONTAKT

Strix Instruments – Destroyed Six – Cinematic Detuned Pianos v1.0.1 KONTAKT | 319 Mb

Recreated sound of Burning Pianos with strings artifacts. Perfect for cinematic music. In September 2012 we recorded six detuned pianos, then destroyed them with a crossbow, bow, ax and fire, resulting in an incredibly cinematic sound. As a result – integration of these impulses gives a special touch to the overall sound.

Soundethers Granular Moon KONTAKT

Soundethers Granular Moon KONTAKT | 2.41 Gb

"Granular Moon" is a work of dedication to explore ever-evolving sounds. One year in the making, it contains a huge number of atmospheres, pads, field recordings and an additional arp section. All atmospheres and pads are assigned to Mod Wheel and become pulsing sounds, fully editable, synced to your BPM, for the most flexible use as underscore textures. The real core of "Granular Moon" is the Multis folder, here you will find the whole potential of these evolving sounds.

Acousticsamples – Kawai EX PRO (KONTAKT) Repack


Acousticsamples – Kawai EX PRO (KONTAKT) Repack | 4.74 GB

Kawai EX PRO is a powerful and vibrant 9-foot (276cm) concert grand piano, which was usually at Kennedy Center in Washington. Working on this library, we worked closely with Lance Herring (this is our second attempt after AcademicGrand) and decided to give our project a new dimension, carefully recording this extraordinary instrument using 3 pairs of microphones to try to recreate this instrument as accurately as possible.