Karanyi Sounds – Analog Nightmares (KONTAKT)

Sounds from the Darkness!
Analog Nightmares is the creepiest library you will ever come across! Equipped with the same sound design features as Analog Tales, but darker, scarier and more chilling than ever! Create authentic horror sounds in the blink of an eye!

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What’s your favorite horror movie ?
Get your hands on the perfect synthesizer for creating authentic horror themes without spending hours creating sound. Analog Nightmares is Kontakt 6’s library of fantastic effects and dark synth pads for creating tension-filled pieces that capture the eerie vibes of classics like Halloween or Stranger Things. Awesome plugin if you like old-school scarecrows!
4 levels of analog hell
Four synth modules and 1 additional synth layer can be easily mixed with each other, creating a multi-layer engine capable of creating complex sound solutions. Each module includes a wide range of controls and effects such as Prophet type filters, analog and tape delays, room and hall reverbs, and EQs.
analog add-on module –
Add warmth and depth to your sounds with the easy-to-use yet powerful Sub Bass module. It comes with three different flavors taken from a vintage Oberheim synth!
Next level randomizer !
You don’t always need hundreds of controls to create exciting new sounds.
But when you do, the Advanced Smart Random Bar comes into play with its unique built-in feature!
Manage over 160 on-screen controls with a single click.
Press and instantly experience inspiring studio-quality sound.
Dark Sounds –
We sampled some of our favorite synths (Eurorack Modulars, DX21, Polysix) with a fully analog signal path.
(studio quality 48kHz/24bit) and carefully processed them so you can get the creepiest horror sounds.
– Over 90 factory and performance presets
– Classic and modern 4+1 synth sounds (Eurorack Modulars, DX21, OBX, Minilogue, PolySix with optional VHS tape and complex distortion effects)
– Over 160 controls (all MIDI-learnable), including:
Prophet type low-pass filters.
2 types of equalizers.
2 types of algorithmic reverb.
2 types of vintage delays (bucket crew and tape)
2 types of choir (ensemble and time signature)
8 types of LFO filter and gain modulation.
master limiter and compressors.
tape pitch modulation and much more…
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