HybridTwo introduces Project Bravo
Project Bravo is the sequel to Project Alpha, both being cinematic sound design libraries for Kontakt created by HybridTwo.
Project Bravo features more than 200 patches for the full version of Kontakt 5 (not compatible with the free Player edition) and 2.5GB of sound content organized in different categories:
- Risers and downers
- Signature sounds
- Reverses effects
- Tempo-synced rhythms
- Synth arps, bass and pads
All the sounds in this library were created by sound designers Daniel James and Aaron Frensley and the files are also available in WAV format so that you can use them directly in your projects.
Kontakt users will benefit from a dedicated GUI where they will find custom step sequencers, a new Dual Control LFO sequencer and various effects to shape their own sounds.
Project Bravo is available for $179 excl. taxes and HybridTwo offers a bundle with both Project Alpha and Bravo for $279. Demos of the library are available at hybridtwo.com.
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