Horrendous Kontakt Library
Horrendous Kontakt Library – Is a sound collection library for Native Instruments Kontakt Sampler. Horrendous includes 7 types characters with 8 type of voices, recorded in 24-bit 48kHz Unlocked WAV Samples.
Horrendous help you to create realistic horror environments sounds, with a lot different disturbing voices, from monster creatures to screaming children. Library contain 1349 samples divided by type of person and type of voice, which can be selected by dropdown menu. Interface is divided into two layers, where you can easily fade between them by using the crossfader slider in fast way. Each layer contain send rev and send dly knobs, which can be customize in FX Rack Section. Five button placed between the layers contains 5 underlay ambient sounds, where you can easy toggle on or off. Feel free to create any terrifying sound by using this Library’s sample content. We create this library for all sound designers, recording mixers, films-makers, video game designers, and post-productions specialist.
- 530 MB
- 1349 Samples
- 24 bit/48 kHz uncompressed and unlocked WAV Samples.
- 8 types of persons: Male 1, Male 2, Female 1, Female 2, Boy, Girl, Monster 1, Monster 2
- 7 types of voices: Choking, Dying, Laughing, Crying, Screaming, Disturbing, Breathing
- Two layers A and B with crossfader between them.
- 6 types of filter.
- 5 types of Ambient sounds.
- Send REV and Send DLY Knobs – set up Convolution reverb and Delay in FX Rack Tab and control signal to send.
- FX Rack Tab: contain five rack module socket, with down arrow menu of 11 of Kontakt’s built-in special effects, dynamic processors.
- Equalizer Tab: 5 Band Equalizer with kill, to control Frequency, Gain and Q.
Requires the FULL version of Native Instruments Kontakt 5.8.1 or later - This is a standard Kontakt open-format library, so the free Kontakt Player dosen't fully support it and can only run it in a time-limited "demo mode". However, the sample directories are unlocked so you can use them in other wav-compatible software, sampler and synth formats.