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CINEMATIC DARKNESS - Construction Kit
This collection bursts at the seams: more than 1.950 brilliant HD sounds of all kinds of gloomy madness. CINEMATIC DARKNESS puts the power in your hands: noise terror in the form of BASS DROPS, BLASTS, DRONES, GLITCHES, IMPACTS, RISERS, SCREAMS, STUTTERS, TENSION, and WHOOSHES is right within your reach.

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3 minutes ago, JoeGBradford said:

Cheers Larry. Seems like a very slow download for 175Mb! Not sure if it is my connection on their server

same here - and wasn't really worth the wait ....

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46 minutes ago, JoeGBradford said:

No it wasn't! 6 samples which I immediately deleted!

 

yup ! :)

 

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Glad I read this thread... 

20 hours ago, cclarry said:

more than 1.950 brilliant HD sounds

So they were accurate. 6 is more than 1.950! Check. 

6 is bigger than 2.546789 too.

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It's a German company: they use '.' as their number grouping delimiter and ',' as their decimal delimiter

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5 hours ago, antler said:

It's a German company: they use '.' as their number grouping delimiter and ',' as their decimal delimiter

That was my assumption too, but 1950 and 6 do not equate in any language. More my snarky reaction to a painful download for "6 samples." Maybe there is an issue on their backend deployment, and it really is more substantial.

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Aha....we didn't read the fine print.  The "Free version" is 1.8% of the Full version
apparently
 

PROPORTION OF FREE SOUNDS IN THE FULL LIBRARY: 1.8%


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Now that is funny, but there is still some issue... 1.8% should be 35 samples...

More and more companies are using "free" stuff to get people on a spam list. Maybe this is the new way to bypass the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? This past year it seems to be more prevalent than before (or maybe is just my perception).

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