Most unique libraries?

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  1. Llama Butter

    Llama Butter New Member

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    I'm saving up for slate + ash auras, any other unique sounding libraries that come to mind?
     
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  2. Sopranos

    Sopranos Active Member

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    Any particular genre or instrument?
     
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  3. Casiquire

    Casiquire Senior Member

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    I've mentioned it before, but one out my favorite hidden gems is VSL's little collection of glass instruments. It might not be far-reaching but it can really be beautiful
     
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  4. Jaap

    Jaap Best audience ever...booh!

    String Audio has some quite unique material. It has to be your cup of tea though, but if it is, it's going to be a splendid cup of tea :grin:

    Lunaris from Luftrum, some amazing sounds in there!

    And the libraries from Eduardo Tarilonte (Ancient Persia Era, Medieval Era 2, Celtic Era and look up his older ones on Bestservice as well) - that gets you some pretty unique sampled material.

    Edit: oh and if you are into synths, check out Aparillo from Sugar Bytes. Just mess with the ORBIT feature and you have no idea what you hear!

    Edit no.2: Kaleidoscope (plugin) combined with the material from Simon Stockhausen from Patchpool (he is a sound genius).
     
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    Llama Butter

    Llama Butter New Member

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    Checkin out the vid for dark matter now and it's def my cup of tea
     
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  6. CGR

    CGR Pianist/Composer/Arranger

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    Modwheel always impress me with their quirky instruments for Kontakt such as this:
    https://www.modwheel.co.nz/bass-banjo
     

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