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Big Fish Audio Hybridizer 2: Projekt Delusion review

Are they deluding us with promises of out-there samples?

  • £55
Project Delusion promises extreme audio samples.

MusicRadar Verdict

A tired package devoid of much in the way of inspiration or effort.

Pros

  • +

    Trent Reznor circa 1992 would love this.

Cons

  • -

    Repetitive and unimaginative samples. Needless multisampling.

This is another one of those 'extreme' sample libraries - it purports to take you to the dark side with a collection of trashed sounds and loops.

Sadly, for the most part, it sounds like the producers couldn't really be bothered, with content that's more overcast than apocalyptic.

Tiresome variations on the same samples, unimaginative sounds and redundant multisamples are the order of the day - there's certainly little to inspire you.

If outdated Nine Inch Nails impressions are your bag then you might want to check this out, but everyone else should steer well clear.

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