Hybrid Two Project Bravo review

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Hey what’s good fam!

Back with another review for you, this is a follow up from Hybrid Two’s Project Alpha, it’s called “Project Bravo” and is available from TimeSpace.

Let’s check it out!

So what is Project Bravo?

project_bravoIt’s another collection of cinematic, hybrid, sound design inspired instruments, hits, impacts, and effects.

There’s a custom interface with plenty of control over step sequencing, lfo modulation, gate effects, as well as reverb, delay, and even some distoriton and other creative effects.

There’s also built in compression and eq controls.

Paired with all of the control is a huge library full of high quality sounds and fx, ready to go in your next trailer, video game score, or epic electronic production.

It’s a tool aimed at media composers and producers, but you know I feel great sounds can find their place in any type of music.

Quick Specs

How does it sound?

Reel to Reel Tape RecorderI’ve got to say, these guys make some really high quality libraries.

Their drums are punchy, big, and diverse. I also love the multiple layers in their impacts and booms, lots of complex textures going on there.

The fact that they create sound fx, reverses, whooshes and epic stingers equally as well as they craft their synth and instrument sounds makes their libraries fun to use.

Everything has a nice edge to it, not in the sense that it all sounds distorted or “messed up”, but that it just has a nice “hi-fi” sound to it.

There’s lots of dimension to their sounds and their programming, they also use movement very well along with the step sequencer.

Overall the sound is great, there’s plenty in here to be inspired by, and the quality is evident throughout the various categories.

So what’s the bottom line?

If you like high end fx sounds like risers, stingers, booms, impacts, whooshes and other cinematic type stabs, you’ll want to check this out.

Equally, if you like new instruments with a slant towards sound design and hi-fi instruments, then you’ll also want to check this out.

4andhalfsubsI give Project Bravo 4.5 out of 5 subs, it’s a diverse library with high quality sounds that inspire ideas along with a super intuitive interface that allows you to quickly manipulate the sounds as you see fit.

These guys know what they are doing, not only with the sounds, but also the interface which isn’t too cluttered but has just enough control to allow you to be as creative as you wish.

And if you don’t have Kontakt, or you want to drop these samples directly into your Daw or sampler, the wave files are there for your to work with directly.

Go on over and check it out: http://www.timespace.com/product/PBRAVO-110/6/project_hybrid/Hybrid%20Two%20Project%20BRAVO%20(Download).html

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2 Responses to “Hybrid Two Project Bravo review”

  1. Marko says:

    I really want to say it sucks don’t get it. So no one else will have these amazing sounds but me . Yet another great synth in my collection thanks to you Saintjoe. Cheers mate keep up the good work

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