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666 by 9 Soundware is a set of instruments for the EXS24 sampler within Apple Logic Pro.



The underlying theme of the sound set is the portrayal of 666, The Number of the Beast.

“From drones and disturbing cry-like textures to squeals and intense noise rhythms, these sounds were designed to paint fear-inducing backdrops, as well as evoke fright, ” 9 Soundware said.

The instruments are based on 50 samples (20 loops, 15 one-shot events, and 15 hits). The source sounds for the samples include animal shrieks and growls, distorted vocals, a bass guitar being beaten, and drum loops. The samples range from “very subtle to extremely jarring, ” according to the company

The 147 MB download includes 21 .EXS files and 50 WAV files (24-bit/44.1 kHz).

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666 is available online now for $19.99.

For more information, visit www.9soundware.com.
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