SoundBytes Magazine concludes:
“The sources are recorded with high end gear, and you can clearly hear the quality of these sounds, ranging from soft and textural sweeteners, to burning flamethrowers or bubbling movements, which in most cases also includes an underwater version of the recording, for a more filtered and darker version of the source, really useful to create variations or to add low end to these sounds. Instant inspiration – the sounds are great here, clean and powerful, with a lot of rumbly low end that gives a lot of body and a sense of fullness even when just browsing through the sources. Layering and coming up with something different is really easy.”
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