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The Unfriendly: A free (haunted) preset bank for Kaspar

Sound designer Brice Beasley has released a free haunted preset pack for Kaspar that turns it into an Unfriendly ghost. Doug Woods did a demo for this, and embedded below is the official video from Brice.

Video Description:

Originally a set of experiments to see how far Kaspar could be pushed out of boring territory, this bank very quickly turned into a collection of deeply haunted soundscapes and sinister textures. Appropriately timed for a Halloween season release, I believe it is complete—ready to terrify your moments.

All sounds used in this video are included in the bank, and were recorded straight from Kaspar (IAA) into AUM with further processing in Auria using FabFilter plugins (EQ and compression).

Download the bank here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/53yvuqsruey...

To install:
Choose the "copy to" Kaspar command on your device to load the bank.

***WARNING: Seriously watch your volume levels. Particularly when changing presets. This bank pushes Kaspar into some really extreme places, and the occasional outburst when switching presets is enough to do some serious damage to ears and speakers. YOU'VE BEEN WARNED***

Reader Comments 2

Beautiful sounds! Thank you!!
October 31, 2017  | person Pharris61
Very nice, thx for the Great Soundbank
November 02, 2017  | person_outline BartMarley
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