New Sample CD Way Out There

Electronisounds Beyond Gravity: The Outer Reaches now released      02/09/04

New Sample CD Way Out There
Far out and solid

Known for their huge catalog of original sample CD's, soundfonts and soundbanks -- "Beyond Gravity," is the 28th .wav format sample CD from Electronisounds. With 660MB of all-new “tripped-out textures and mind-numbing FX samples”, this disc delivers hundreds of new sounds. Created for Trip hop, Illbient, Ambient, Acid Jazz, IDM and Chill-Out producers with an emphasis on spaced-out textures and FX; these samples will also be useful to hard trance and electronica producers. The name says it all, these samples are very spacey. If you're producing any type of sci-fi soundtrack or sci-fi video game material, this disc is perfect for you! Everything you need to make complete electronic tracks is included on Beyond Gravity. With our laid-back programmed drumloops AND real-live-drummer-played beats, spaced-out FX sounds, bizzarre and moody textures, music loops, one-shots, chords, drum sounds and more, this disc has everything you need to get started making new tracks or 'spacing-out' your existing mixes. To further celebrate the release of BG, Electronisounds is running their first mixing contest in over two years! All you have to do is download the free demo samplepack from Beyond Gravity, and make your own track from any of the samples within. (Contest ends on October 31st, 2004) Winner gets ALL 28 .wav format sample CD's from electronisounds! For more information on the contest or to purchase BG, please visit their web site at
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