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Native Instrument's Crank Up the Creepy With 'Thrill'
Referred to as "the most powerful tone cluster designer ever offered in a virtual instrument", Native Instruments' Thrill brings a whole host of creepy sounds to the horror enthusiasts disposal. With over 250 sounds and presets to choose from you'll never be caught short of falsetto creaks or screeches ever again! Not only are your choices of presets particularly vast but you can also build your tones from the ground up via eight independently editable and modulable expressions. Personalise the most minute details or randomize them for on the fly unpredictable and bloodcurdling results.
Including up to 963 source sounds, Thrills' 30GB sound library includes various ambient sounds and orchestral recordings designed to send icy shivers down even the most hardened horror veterans spine. Combined with percussive and pitched metal sounds you can create a haunting soundscape capable of building tension and anxiety whilst synthesizer drones and voices contribute to the eerie atmostpherics .
Thrill operates via Kontakt 5 and its accompanying Kontakt 5 Player. You can find the free download pack for Thrill on the Native Instruments website here.
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By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 2 Jun 2017 15:44 to category : Instruments News
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