Big Fish Audio Titan review

Hey what’s good fam! It’s Friday and time for some Big Fish!

Today I’m checking out Titan, it’s a new sample library that’s geared towards cinematic soundscapes and loops

Let’s check it out

So what is TITAN?

This is a huge collection of cinematic, dramatic, industrial sounds, loops, and phrases.

It comes in the KLI format so Kontakt owners can quickly pull up patches and start auditioning the samples.

It’s not so much a full instrument type of library in my opinion, it’s one of those libraries that’s good for the “extra stuff”.

Not saying it’s geared strictly towards sound fx but it includes the type of sounds that you would add to your productions or sprinkle on for some extra flavor.

Of course as with anything, you could build a track with these sounds in any way you see fit, just my first thoughts were the extra textures and feels we sometimes need.

Yet if you’re doing commercials, games, and other media type compositions it can be a very powerful toolbox.

Quick Specs

  • content: 8.4GB
  • format: Kontakt (full), Wav, Rex, Apples, RMX, Acid
  • price: $129.95

How does it sound?

It definitely has an effected, industrial, media-centric sound to it.

There’s tons of sound from ambiance to ethnic sounds, drums, percussion, synths, strings…it’s all here.

Now if you’re looking for traditional sounding strings and drums, this isn’t the place.

However if you want some nice twisted and unique sounding instrument loops or phrases, this may be worth a look.

The sounds aren’t so much “distorted” or “harsh” they just have some nice use of effects and sound design to give them their own feel.

What’s the bottom line?

This is one of those libraries that you’re either looking for, or you’re not.

Again, not a “bread and butter” library but for those that need the type of sounds contained in here it definitely delivers.

I give TITAN 4 out of 5 subs, there’s tons of content with enough variety in sound and texture to keep you digging for a long time.

Checkout their demo audio and video files: http://www.bigfishaudio.com/detail.html?515562

Leave me a comment below and let me know what you think

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23 Responses to “Big Fish Audio Titan review”

  1. jajason says:

    Great sounds and loops to be creative with. Definitely wouldnt mind having that to add to my library. Thanks for the info SaintJoe. You do a great job at it. Much respect to you.

  2. jason says:

    Great sounds and loops to be creative with. Definitely wouldn’t mind having that to add to my library. Thanks for the info SaintJoe. You do a great job at informing the people of new product. Much respect to you.

  3. Haralduz7 says:

    Nice sounds

  4. William says:

    It’s got some nice sounds. Inspiring to say the least.

  5. Baddboy2000 says:

    SJ: Big Fish has some nice sounds in this kit. The setup use for Kontakt is a nice touch. Thanks for the “Professional” review.

  6. Jakeel01 says:

    Appreciate the preview St. J

  7. Funky Drummer says:

    I like all the KLI Kontakt Libraries. The layouts are fun to work with. Thanks for showing Titan, I can use this in my collection!!!

  8. PulCzar says:

    I can’t seem to find it on their website? Either way nice product review St. Joe.

  9. PulCzar says:

    There was a conflict with another product called Titan. So they pulled it to make a name change. Very weird>

  10. Big-Milt says:

    Question?

    Are being fronted all these sound packages and gear from the vendor?

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