Friday’s Freeware: its glitches
Upon general request, we are leaving the plug-in range this week for to sound libraries in Kontakt, WAV and SFZ formats.
But because we like getting off the beaten track, both libraries are dedicated to glitches for your ever expanding sample collection. These are produced by Karoryfer and are quite unpronounceable, let’s try: Zamenhof Stickmusterstuch Error Eins and Zwei. The site is in polish, so don’t count of us to help you with spelling…
Ludwik Zamenhof was in charge of the sampling for both libraries, which can be used in industrial, ambient and evidently glitch projects, or to add sound effects to your projects.
You’ll find in each collection loops and one shots in 24-bit WAV format. All the sounds were digitally recorded and processed with time stretcher, pitch shifter, distortion… as well as a Kaoss Pad. The libraries are divided into two instruments for Kontakt and SFZ mappings are also included.
Have a great sonic weekend!
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