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This slightly detuned instrument is the perfect choice to mimic the scary sound of the intro sequence of "Shining". It is old and ugly but I love it.Read Review
A nice little instrument, totally surprised that I had 75 diff jew harp sounds to play with...needless to say many of them don't sound like a real jew harp, but that's OK because some of them do and the ones that don't are a fun diversion and something unique. Well worth the download and well done.Read Review
Lel UDS Drums Free VSTi
Reviewed By MushLuvd
July 24th, 2019
Gonna give it a try. Looking to augment my sound design files and thought this would be a good place to start the creative flow. Looking forward.Read Review
Lady Anna Voice
Reviewed By Rathead
February 15th, 2012
I have both this VSTi, and the sampleset for Lady Anna Voice.
I have rated the VSTi as a 7 because I really love and enjoy the samples, but I am not in love with the instrument.
The samples are fun and I can see many uses for them, both by themselves and as textures and loop fodder.
They won't appeal to everybody, but if you like Left-Of-Centre they might be right up our alley.
There are moans, groans, random vocalese, clicks and slurps. Great stuff !.
The instrument plays these sounds, in four different banks, and offers semitone and cent pitch adjustment per bank which might be useful to help some of the unpitched samples, of which there are many. The pitch shifting on offer is +/- 48 semitones (!) but is achieved by altering the replay speed, so length varies with pitch. This is one reason why I prefer the samples loaded into another sampler, rather than use the VSTi. Another reason is that the samples are anonymously named and seem to be randomly distributed among the 4 banks so it is tricky to find what you are after.
Having said that, there is a free trial version with only 20 sounds.If the instrument works for you then great. If not, buy the samples instead. The 20 free samples are pretty representative of the full set which of course features many more variations.
I had a small sales related query and Dmitry was exceptionally helpful and very quick to respond, so customer service looks better than good.Read Review
Reviewed By jobromedia
October 11th, 2009
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