Nightmare Strings is a huge sample library of painstakingly recorded violin played by Benjamin Talbott with tempos ranging from 128 – 174 BPM.
The collection of dark and melodic string samples is suitable for a wide range of musicians looking to bring a magical, organic edge to their productions. Weather you are writing tense dance music for the club or scoring atmospheric themes for broadcast, Nightmare Strings will offer you plenty of inspiration for your next project!
Our latest artist signing Benjamin Talbott is a multi-instrumentalist and an award winning composer and established producer. He has worked as a music director, lyricist and writer, and has been involved professionally writing and directing music since 2007.
Nightmare Strings is an orchestral sound library of unrivalled quality and versatility boasting over 855MB loops of solo and quartet pieces with a gritty honesty to them, every breath and stroke is heard and at no point have the loops been sugar coated, freeing you up to process them however you see fit.
Broken down into its separate components this pack includes 6 different folders – Bittersweet Progressions, Nightmare Waltzes, Plucked Progressions, FX & One Shots, Tension Builders and Warped Progressions! All of which contain dry loops bar the FX which plunge you into a twisted grainy environment perfect for building tension and adding a metallic, haunting edge to your production.
From dramatic quartet arrangements and solo loops to single hit construction kits and sharp FX shots, this string library is jam packed with usable content that is completely royalty free and ready to use in your latest productions.
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Competition ends on January 16, 2015 (12 AM GMT)