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Buy Anomaly Vol. 1 SFZ/WAV Sampleset for $125
Anomaly Vol. 1 Preset Pack for Kontakt
(must have at least version 5.5.2)
Anomaly Vol. 1 Preset Pack for Anomaly/Wusik
(Anomaly VSTi/Wusik V6/Wusik V7)
Anomaly Vol. 1 Preset Pack for Cakewalk
(Dimension Pro and Rapture)
Anomaly Vol. 1 Preset Pack for Absynth
(must have at least version 5.3.1)
What people are saying:
" Very good sounds there, congrats. :-) I was actually looking for something like this, so you really nailed a sound that didn't exist on the market."
"A really fantstic sound set. Thank you very much!"
"I finally got around to try Anomaly, some dark stuff and brooding moods in there..."
"Ok, having tried out all of the Anomaly sounds, I will say this.......this soundset is f**ckin' great! If you like dark ambient and experimental music, this is a must have....many of these sounds are just dying to be fed through even more effects. If you like making pretty and happy tunes, stay far away from Anomaly. But if you're like me and prefer your music to be creepy and twisted, then by all means get this!!!"
"thanks for this Sf2-set with really amazing waveforms inside!"
"Volumes 1 and 2 are incredible! I'm not sure if you guys are geniuses or madmen but I've never heard sounds like that before. It's as if someone translated the deepest, darkest thoughts of some fear-crazed lunatic and turned them into sound! They would make the perfect soundtrack for a Cthulhu film! H.P Lovecraft would be proud.
Well done guys!
p.s. I was checking out some of the presets and my 13 year-old daughter was begging me to stop. "You're scaring me!"..."
" The last one I tried was Anomaly and it's the reason why I only had 3 hours sleep last night... The sounds in this thing are f**cking unbelievable. I spent hours upon hours listening to the demo's, and thinking of ways I can use the sounds."