• Bizarre Planet (Sampling CD) 1993 WAV
    January 5th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: Audio Samples, WAV

    Bizarre Planet (Sampling CD) 1993 WAV

    Bizarre Planet 1993

    TEAM DjYOPMiX | 14 November 2021 | 650.90 MB

    Original Release Date: 1993 | Format: Digital[WAV] (Rip CDDA) Total Length: 01:07:32 / Genres: Sound Effects & Special FX

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    • Bizarre Guitar AKAi-TZ7iSO
      June 28th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: AKAi, Audio Samples


      Bizarre Guitar AKAi

      Team TZ7iSO | 03.22.2001 | 409,81 MB

      If you like Distorted Reality, this is a library you won’t want to miss. This unique collaboration between visionary artist Peter Maunu and Sound Designer Eric Persing, was over two years in the making and marks a new milestone in creative sound. Neither a traditional guitar multisample library or a collection of “riffs”, Bizarre Guitar blazes a new frontier of Sound Design via guitar. It features the extreme contrasts of breathtakingly beautiful ambience beds to searing harmonic slashes, bowed guitar and unsettling washes.

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      • Bizarre Sitar Samples v3.0 KONTAKT
        June 28th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT

        Bizarre Sitar Samples v3.0 KONTAKT

        Bizarre Sitar Samples v3.0

        P2P | 26 December 2020 | 1.51 GB

        Bizarre Sitar may not seem so strange at first glance. It has most of the elements found on any other sitar, with it’s traditional gourd body, both main playable strings and sympathetic resonating strings, parda (adjustable curved frets), kunti (tuning pegs), dandi (neck), ghoraj (main bridge) all complete with orante hand-painted accents. At just over 24″ in length, however, this little beauty is barely half the size of a standard sitar. Simply being small isn’t bizarre by any means, but what is bizarre is how it can achieve such a lush, full-bodied sound while being so small. Intended as more decoration than instrument, we feel this little guy has been highly underestimated. Although soft-spoken and possessing fewer strings than normal (5 main and 6 sympathetic), all this “baby” sitar needed was someone to listen closely. And we did. Very close.

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