An 'out-of-the-box' multi-format collection of cinematic sequences aimed at TV and motion picture scoring. Zero-G Sequential Signals cycles library contains a collection of cinematic episodes designed for sound and television movies that will fit Genre Action, Drama, thriller, science fiction, and more. Manufacturers sounds for games and applications will also find the content useful source of inspiration, or "ready" melodic layers. Explore a variety of 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 much more! Use them as themes for your soundtrack for the dance tracks of leads or background motion elements in a variety of styles to choose from!
Package examples has a total of 500 two-loop clock with the rate of 90, 105 and 120. Contents was recorded with a resolution of 48 kHz and 24-bit resolution. All loops are marked keys, but some of the loops are widely used modal scales, so they can fit more keys than it might seem at first glance. In addition, all the loops have been provided in the form of MIDI files, so you can replace the existing loop own sounds if you like. Be sure to communicate the velocity to volume and filter cutoff, make the most of the MIDI-content. Designed by Adam Pietruszko, sound engineer and synthesis enthusiast specializing in cinematic sound, different genres of techno and electronica, author of the famous library Zero-G Haunted Ground and Other Worlds. * * * Note: you must have the full version of Kontakt (version 3.5 or later) It will not work in the free Kontakt Player. Users can still use the other included examples of formats, even if they do not own Kontakt. Homepage https://zero-g.co.uk/products/sequential-signals-cinematic-cycles