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Tapsa Kuusniemi

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  1. Verb Suite is more like Seventh Heaven.
  2. Uuh, grabbed this one. Remember to ask for your extra discount codes if you already own Liquidsonics products.
  3. Just read that these are Irritated Synth Textures...
  4. Personally I didn't like the sound in the demos too much. There's something about it that is not to my liking.
  5. Brusfri is probably one of the best denoisers around. Perfect time for everyone to grab that.
  6. https://www.manmakesnoise.com/
  7. I do not have Diva, so no. Phase Plant has my needs pretty much covered and the structure of it works perfectly for me. You can build pretty much the kind of instrument or synth you want with it, without the always having to go full modular to get things going.
  8. If they add a granular sampler to version 2, I'm probably never using another synth again.
  9. Thanks! I think Phase Plant is a powerhouse and capable of a lot more than people seem to think.
  10. "Remember, remember, the fifth of November. Gunpowder, treason and plot. I know of no reason why the gunpowder treason should ever be forgot." Tension and suspense. The two things needed to create dramatic moments. These are also the two key elements that Fawkes is built around. Drawing inspiration from zeitgeisty imagery in the media and the polarization of the world, Fawkes is a cinematic tension library. "When hopes and dreams are loose in the street, it is well for the timid to lock doors, shutter windows and lie low until the wrath has passed." Fawkes blends organic sound sources with synth sound design to create a dark cinematic world of drones, pads, synths, basses and percussions. The 100 patches are designed to move and weave around everything that makes you feel uneasy. With a range of mellow to brutal, static and safe is not what to call this library. "To evolve we must be free, and we cannot have freedom if we are not rebels, because no tyrant whatsoever has respected passive people." Contents 100 cinematic patches for Kilohearts' Phase Plant synth and takes up 200 mb of hard drive space. Tech Specs Fawkes requires Kilohearts' Phase Plant to work. Pricing Fawkes retails for 29€ (excluding VAT where applicable) with an introduction price of 15€ (excluding VAT) until the 3rd of December 2021. Get it here: https://www.manmakesnoise.com/fawkes
  11. And just when I though my next Phase Plant library was finished... Oh well, back to the old drawing board to add some more stuff...
  12. I know this is short, but that is the format for that particular radio channel and the program ID's, which this is.
  13. Oh oh oh... One of my all time favorite saturations. Ooooooh myyyyyy.
  14. This is the theme I composed for a six hour live rpg played on radio and streamed online here in Finland. I am very pleased how this one turned out and how it worked. I also designed the ambient sounds for it. Eventually the ambiences had over 450 channels of audio and I got to use my kids as screaming tentacled space monsters....
  15. Not quite sure do I like the sound of this piano. Might be a bit too specific.
  16. The simplest little instrument: The Rubberband Box. https://www.pianobook.co.uk/library/the-rubberband-box/
  17. Composer Bobby Tahouri used Man Makes Noise sounds on the score for the video game "Marvel's Avengers": https://open.spotify.com/album/403FQjW66gHP6kS2snEje7 The Man Makes Noise summer sale is still on going. Use the code HAMMOCKTIME to get -50% on most products and bundles (Phasefreak and The Bottle excluded). https://www.manmakesnoise.com/
  18. No one is calling you anything. We have differing opinions on the matter, I was just saying why I would not give any more money to Aria Sounds. Personally I believe that we can affect how developers develop their products. If we buy what ever poor quality they push out, most developers will not automatically become better when they sell said poor quality product. A lot of developers do things with passion, but I feel that the largest mass of sample library developers just "do it for the money" and will not change before they are made to change (when they don't sell said poor quality product). And no matter what the quality of the product a company should listen to their users gripes and suggestions, these will most likely make their products better. As for Aria Sounds, I kinda think they are pretty much dead since they have not released anything new in years. And support, I on the other hand have a different feel. I can count with one hand the times I've received bad support. I might have been lucky, who knows, but most of the time the support I've received has been fantastic from most companies. Some have even done things I did not request in my original message to them, but would have been the next thing I would have asked (a big shout out here to Klevgrand, simply stunning support from them).
  19. I just feel that people should not be giving money to a developer so unresponsive on products that are not good nor complete.
  20. And ah, it's, well, it's probably pretty obvious what I'm about to say as it is Aria Sounds.
  21. Today starts Man Makes Noise's summer sale! Almost everything is -50% even the Omnisphere Bundle. Only Phasefreak and The Bottle are excluded as they were just on introduction sale. The sale will last until the the 4th of July 2021. So head over to Man Makes Noise https://www.manmakesnoise.com/ and use the code HAMMOCKTIME on checkout!
  22. Aaaand that's Aria Sounds which is one of suckier companies around, so I would steer away and spend that money on something worth while.
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