9 Soundware Thrash EXS24 Instruments
Thrash by 9 Soundware is a set of instruments for the EXS24 sampler within Apple Logic Pro.
The underlying theme for the sound set is "Headroom Decimating Audio" according to 9 Soundware, which had this to say:
"Extreme waveforms were created with one goal and one goal only: To see how gut-wrenchingly jarring and intense sound could be. These eardrum-bashing anomalies are not metalhead-friendly sounds. They are not even sound system-friendly sounds. Many of the samples look like bricks when opened with audio editing software."
The instruments are based on 100 samples (30 loops and 70 hits). The source sounds for the samples include performed noise, synthesis, mixer feedback, screaming, and a drum machine. Many of them are likely to be the most sonically abrasive sounds available in a commercial library, 9 Soundware assures.
The 129 MB download includes 31 .EXS files and 100 WAV files (24-bit/44.1 kHz).
Pricing & Availability
Thrash is available now for $29.99 at www.9soundware.com.
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