Wavesfactory celebrates Halloween
For Halloween, Wavesfactory offers both a free new Kontakt instrument and a 25% discount on all products.
The freebie is Whispers, a collection of human whispers (obviously), which includes male and female variations in "Ah", "Eh", "Oh" and "Oo".
The library uses filtered white noise to produce the sound of the different vocals and genres. Combining the different vocals doesn't simply sum up the signals, but it multiplies them, resulting in a huge variety of weird whispering sounds.
The background images (terrifying, aren't they?) change randomly every time you load the library, and since there can't be a good Halloween library without hidden messages, every time you play a key, a secret random key is chosen from the playable range. If you happen to play that same key that was randomly selected, a VERY HORRIFYING message is said to appear in the messages bar. Disclaimer: try it at tour own risks, neither Wavesfactory, AudioFanzine, your children's homework-eating dog, the pope, Wes Craven's unexpectedly-appeared-just-behind-you-LOOK-RIGHT-NOW! ghost, or anyone else for that matter could be held responsible in case of... (etc etc etc).
Oh, and Wavesfactory also offers a 25% discount storewide, use discount code HALLOWEEN at checkout.
More details at Wavesfactory's website.
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