This recent contribution to the User Library from Nick Dwyer is a granular sample morphing instrument with an elegant, deceptively simple interface, that has ‘big budget sound design’ written all over it. While the included soundbank is guaranteed to provide hours of inspiration, it’s also easy to load your own sounds via the sample map editor.

–  Scott Monteith on the Native Instruments Blog

“10 secret weapons for film scoring”


WAVCLOUD nearly made it to the soundtrack of Brad Pitt’s AD ASTRA!

“Lots of music composed for AD ASTRA by the four composers, Max Richter, Lorne Balfe, Nils Frahm and myself. There were many cues from all of us that didn’t make it to the final cut.” ROBERT MANN

Here’s one that used WAVCLOUD

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