ProSamples Collection MULTiFORMAT
P2P | 5 November 2012 | 15.06 GB
Format: AKAi, AiFF, EXS24, HALiON, WAV
Quality: 16 bit Frequency 44.1 kHz stereo channels
Quality: 16 bit Frequency 44.1 kHz stereo channels
Sequential Signals loop library features a collection of cinematic sequences aimed at TV and motion picture scoring, that will fit the genres of action, drama, suspense, sci-fi and more. Game and app sound producers will also find the content useful as a source of inspiration or “out-of-the-box” melodic layers. Explore a plethora of wide, filtered, resonant sounds, rhythmic delay and reverb drenched sequences, ethereal arpeggios, acid melodics, minimal electro synths, snappy plucks, distorted leads, percussive basslines, bells, keys, old school game chirps and more! Use them as themes for your soundtrack, leads for your dance tracks or background motion elements across a variety of styles, there is a lot to choose from!
Future Beats & Soul. This one is raw, emotive and expressive, with a focus on cutting edge production techniques being married with a timeless and soulful sound palette. Rolling through 100% royalty free, this is one you can’t afford to miss. With loops rolling out between 72-160bpm, El. Train has got you covered. The named genres are effortlessly complemented with this collection, but you’ll also be covered for hip-hop, R&B, West Coast beats, and any other styles with an attention to groove and musicianship. In detail, 1.71 GB of content is included, with all audio recorded at 24Bit & 44.1 kHz. 201 loops are broken down as 42 synth bass loops, 40 drum loops, 32 perc loops, 24 synth loops, 11 pad loops, 11 arp loops, 10 electric piano loops, 8 electric bass loops, 7 guitar loops, 6 drum part loops, 5 hat loops and 3 vocal loops. 343 one-shots are broken down as 94 drum hits, 51 bass hits, 47 synth hits, 21 FX, 5 bass multis and 5 synth multis. Also included are 224 Rex2 files, 118 soft sampler patches (for NNXT, Halion, EXS24, Kontakt and Sfz) and 5 Kong.
Liquid Trap’ is a smooth, sexy and impeccably produced Trap music sample pack. This gorgeous selection of sounds blends the crisp, high end production and melodic elements of RnB with the tough drums and booming 808 bass of Trap. Inside this sumptuous sample library you will find an exquisite collection of Trap samples, including fat sine basses, rattling rimshots, futuristic pitched vocal chops, flickering arpeggios, playful poly synth melodies, soaring lead lines, chocolately smooth keys, melodic chord progressions, precise hi-hats and solid drum machine loops. This pack of Royalty-Free loops and one-shots is ready to download as WAV and Acid Loops formats, with sampler instruments for Ableton Sampler, NNXT, Halion, Kontakt, Motu MachFive, SFZ and EXS24 as standard.
‘Eastern Percussion’ is the ideal production tool for you if you are looking for traditional Eastern and Arabic percussion sounds infused with complex hypnotic rhythms. Eastern Percussion contains a beautifully played collection of multi-layered, trance inducing exotic percussion samples that are bursting with character, authenticity and flair. Inside this stunning percussion sample library you will find an incredible array of ethnic drums, including bendir and daf frame drum loops, booming goblet drum samples, rattling hajar and mirwas patterns, zinging naqaras, naqareh loops, riqqs and a whole host of indigenous Middle Eastern shakers, bells, cymbals and percussion instrument sounds.
The Yamaha Electone D-85 is the source of sounds in our fourth volume of the Vintage Keyboard Collection. The D-85 was released in 1980 and designed as an home organ a grandmas organ, for the “loaded” grandmas though, cause the price tag was around $10000. The D-85 is completely analog and uses a technique called PASS (Pulse Analog Synthesis System) developed for the legendary Electone GX-1. The sound of the D-85 is rich warm big and very much analog synth and not typical organ. The Gothic choir sounds of the D-85 is absolutely superb and “Kraftwerk” type of sounding. The strings and pads are so rich and warm, you gonna love them!.
The Austrian Harpsichord library features an instrument built by Johann Anton Miklis in 1671 in Prague (which belonged to Austria back then). Offering three sounds – 8′, 4′ register and the combination of both – it show the rich and slinky texture of Austrian-built instruments which Mozart would have known. Austrian Harpsichord Edition Beurmann MULTiFORMAT screenshotThe harpsichord still remains in well-playable condition despite its age. It is now available for your sampler, presented in its original Valotti-tuning at 392 Hz, capturing all three register variations – 8′, 4′ and both registers together. Presets at 440 Hz are also available. In its bass octave, the harpsichord does not feature a c-sharp note, as part of its design. We added “optimized” presets so it can be played regularly in the bass as well. Like all harpsichords, the instrument is not touch-sensitive in the sense of a piano. However, not any given note will sound exactly the same twice due to different resonances of body and strings. Up to now, many keyboards and samplers represented harpsichords by repeating the exact same digital sample. In order to avoid the problem, we captured the sampled registers with 8 variations (4′: 4 variations) of each note. The key release sounds are also of major importance: We recorded 4 release samples per note.
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