Sunday, February 9, 2020

STRINGACHE by Silence & Other Sounds UPDATED & WALKTHROUGH






STRINGACHE 1.1 Updated


Stringache was nominated by Sample Library Review as one of the Best Plugins of 2019 and was one of our favorites too.

However, we decided not to do a Best of 2019. Not only were there so many excellent releases last year, but we didn't have access to Review all of them.

Stringache is one of those fantastic releases that has been updated to 1.1 with additional features.

Here's a list of what you get in the Update:

1. Rhythms and clocks are now TEMPO SYNCHED to your DAW (or to the master tempo in Kontakt if used as a standalone application).

2. Sample start adjustable for each INDIVIDUAL sample. 

3. Missing samples issue fixed. 

4. Virtual keyboard displays last played sample.



WHAT IS STRINGACHE ?


Stringache is a modern horror library of mangled string noises. We’ve used close microphone techniques to record a huge deal of violin stabs and screeches, pizzicatos, cello staccatos, double bass jetè, crescendos, strident string gestures, bowed noises: all of them have been heavily processed and transformed in unsettling, hair-raising cinematic horror effects.




Stringache is for the contemporary composer of horror cinematic music: whenever you need a subtle violin effect to create tension, a rising cluster effect to grab the audience’s attention or a screaming, ear piercing string screech stab, Stringache will be your weapon.




This library also comes with a large set of original recordings of double bass, cello, viola and violin (270+ 96 kHz, 24 bit, .wav). These sounds have been treated with a very transparent process of EQ and de-noising and you can use them as construction elements to create your own sound effects. 




14 Kontakt Instruments with a custom UI are included in the sound library. For more details scroll down to the Kontakt Instruments section. 




Below is a Brand New Preset WALKTHROUGH I did with no Commentary- just the Wicked Sounds!



















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