HOLTERGEIST Studio Grand
A blend of mics & processing from a full-featured Steinway B instrument I'm developing. It's got an edge to it, not hyper-accurate nor ultra-pretty, but maybe more useful?
Orffestra by Sam Ecoff and Obolig
A wide variety of Orff instruments presented dry and processed through a variety of pedals
Sam Ecoff’s Reviews
One of the best!
This marimba has got to be one of the best and most inspiring instruments on PB. Not only is is well recorded and offers basic marimba sounds, it's also got swarms, which take the instrument to a whole new level. I liked the thoughtful inclusion of the Low Cut button. While it's great to have the full spectrum, the first thing that struck me after playing for a few minutes was that it would need to be high passed to sit nicely in a mix. I really can't think of anything that would make this instrument better. It's well recorded, perfectly played, highly inspiring, and super useful. Bravo!
This is such a phenomenal instrument! The UI is beautiful, the sounds are impeccably recorded, and inspiration is instantaneous when you load this up. I don't write a lot of folk-inspired music, but I found this library to be super useful when I was looking for an organic texture to sit quietly in my mix, chugging away and adding realism. I know I'm going to get a lot of use from this library. Outstanding work, Hunter and Owen!!
So much on offer!
This library has so much to offer and has so many diverse and inspiring sounds! The addition of effects to a sample library takes it to the next level. It's so much more than just a simple piano. The subtle distortion and rhythmically timed delays tug at your sleeve and beg you to explore dark tunnels. There's so many opportunities to customize each sound to your liking. I found I wasn't a huge fan of the distortion, for instance, but it's super easy to tailor the sound to your own preferences. I have no voice but to give this library a perfect score!!
It's honestly a crying shame that I can only give this library five stars for the interface. Obolig has shown us once again that he's able to do absolutely next level stuff with his interface programming. Keeping this a secret for the past few weeks has been an enormous challenge, and more hours than I care to admit have been spent playing this instrument... but not really playing it. I mean, playing the game. Download it and be amazed. Have fun. Oh yeah, and if you're not cool enough to know the rules of Yahtzee by heart, here you go: https://www.dicegamedepot.com/yahtzee-rules/