Dystopian Guitars by Pulsesetter Sounds is a new kind of Kontakt library designed to cover all your modern hybrid guitar needs and much more. This is a massive instrument with 3 years in the making and covering a wide range of sounds, from clean and dreamy atmospheres to hellish industrial tones. This unique library aims to be an all-inclusive solution for cinematic modern guitars.
It includes several of our so-called natural solo and unnatural solo instruments; customizable ensembles capable of performing multisample instruments together with loops; pulses and sequences; a playable pulse designer with several guitar and bass pulses; a collection of acoustic and processed shimmer instruments which are various combinations of fast arpeggios and tremolos that will add movement, air, and expression to any kind of score; several organic pads and ambiences; guitar tools and FX, as well as our most powerful sequencer to date.
“Dystopian Guitars is a great and inspirational library. I started writing music the minute I tried it. I have high expectations from guitar libraries, as I am a guitar player myself, and found Dystopian Guitars to be very practical and usable right out of the box. Highly recommended!”
“I am a huge ambient guitar fan and Dystopian Guitars has given me a unique and playable library of pulses, pads and soundscapes that sound like no other. I have used them in everything from score in TV and film to song production. I continue to find creative inspiration in everything Pulsesetter Sounds makes!”
“Pulsesetters Dystopian, like all their libraries, is made by composers for composers. And it shows. The sounds are top notch but most importantly they each carry emotion and really help tell a story, even by themselves. That’s a rare thing in sample libraries. But they also partner incredibly well with orchestra and other layers, making easy and tasteful work of building or sustaining tension and pace. Among the plethora of libraries out there in the sample world, Dystopian is fresh and original, and far beyond anything I’ve encountered in this genre. Much more than just a toolbox.”