Hybrid Scoring Bundle
Save 38% with this hybrid sound design bundle, perfect for film, TV & game scoring! Featuring thousands of impacts, effects, textures, and playable tonal instruments created from synthetic and acoustic sound sources. *Complete your collection — get an additional discount for any included product you already own!*
- Alash Kala (Dressed) Ian Dorsch
- Miniature Giants (Dressed) Brad Jerkins
- Vulcan (Naked) Blake Ewing
- Falling into Blue (Dressed) Jason Cullimore
- Meditation Andrew Aversa
- Luminescence (Naked) Brad Jerkins
- Walk Under Water Brad Jerkins
- Breath of the Stars Andrew Aversa
Juggernaut: Cinematic Electronic Scoring Tools
Celestia: Heavenly Sound Design
ReForged: Cinematic Metallic Sound Design
Curio: Cinematic Toy Piano
Resonance: Emotional Mallets
Cosmos: Atmospheric Rhythms and Textures
19.1GB of disk space
7200 RPM hard drive or solid state drive recommended.
8GB of RAM
Higher amounts of memory let you load more instruments.
Core i3, i5, or i7 (or equivalent) processor
A faster CPU with more cores will allow you to play more simultaneous voices.
Kontakt 5.3+ Full Version
This library is NOT compatible with the free Kontakt Player.
Kontakt Requirements - Mac OSX
Intel Macs (i5 or higher): macOS 10.14, 10.15, 11 or 12 (latest update).
Apple Silicon Macs (via Rosetta 2 & natively on ARM in Standalone or in hosts that support it): macOS 11 or 12 (latest update)
Kontakt Requirements - Windows
Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 32/64-bit). Intel Core i5 or equivalent CPU. Graphics hardware support for OpenGL 2.1 or higher. Windows 10 strongly recommended.
Celestia – Original Sound Version
“My final verdict on Celestia is a positive one. The interface is well-designed and easy-to-use for both professionals and beginners; the collection of 500+ presets makes finding sounds very easy; and the library works great… The ability to quickly alter different sound sources to create your own unique instrument blends is incredibly easy, while the crossfade slider allows for added variety.
“I’d highly recommend [Celestia] for anyone looking for a good hybrid acoustic/synth instrument… and it’s a great bargain when compared to similarly priced software.”
Michael Hoffman (Original Sound Version)
Juggernaut – Computer Music
“Sound-wise, Juggernaut is hard-hitting, high-impact and unapologetically ‘electronic’ […] what it has sounds very good, and the editable parameters and effects allow decent customization.”
CM Reviews (Computer Music)
Juggernaut – Film and Game Composers
“Another contender in the ‘Hybrid’ scoring tools category which brings a uniquely dark, gritty, growling and ominous sound to the field. An incredible value library considering it only retails at $149 compared to a number of its competitors. I really think Juggernaut is a great tool, and for this price, should be in every composers’ arsenal no matter what type of music they write.”
Emmett Cooke (Film and Game Composers)
ReForged – Film and Game Composers
“ReForged is a must-have if you are in need of a hybrid scoring tool for modern trailers. For the price, you get a well designed and easy to use library, well worth every penny, and a no-brainer.”
Panos Kolias (Film and Game Composers)
Cosmos – Blogcritics Magazine
“I was very impressed with how this all functions beautifully, and with the amazing range of sounds it can create. It is really something to get your creative juices flowing and have some fun creating custom rhythms….If you are looking for your next muse, I can highly recommend Cosmos from Impact Soundworks.”
T. Michael Testi (Blogcritics Magazine)
Celestia – Film and Game Composers
“A plethora of sounds on offer, a diverse array of crafted presets, and boundless editing capabilities on the front end: Celestia defies genre and is a hell (or heaven?) of a lot of bang for the buck. Don’t let the name fool you, angels can still turn into demons!”
Meena Shamaly (Film and Game Composers)
Curio – Film and Game Composers
“If you’ve heard the other libraries available from [ISW] you know their sound design skills are very good. Listening to [Curio] makes me hold them in even higher regard… to create such diverse sounds from a little toy piano is nothing short of amazing. [It] never sounds ‘created’, ‘mangled’ or ‘re-sampled’ … all sounds are in a way their perfect representation of themselves … I really like the palette of sounds, and there are many to choose from … Don’t let the words ‘Toy Piano’ fool you, this isn’t a toy, it’s a tool. A very well made tool for the cinematic composer.”
Thomas Mavian (Film and Game Composers)