Trance, Hardtechno, Schranz

Ueberschall release new sample collections      20/04/07

Trance, Hardtechno, Schranz


Ueberschall has released two new sample collections: Trance ID and Hardtechno vs Schranz. Here are the descriptions in their own words:
Trance ID
Trance ID is a sophisticated sample collection boasting a massive library including 40 construction kits which contain cutting-edge Club and Trance sounds.
It is a state-of-the-art collection of samples offering a huge variety of sequences, lead sounds, basslines, pads, atmospheres and fx as well as hundreds of drum and percussion samples and loops. Responsible for the production of Ueberschall Trance ID are Mike Koglin, Marc Steinmeier, Steve Baltes, and Ole Cramer. This team has produced and remixed for well known artists such as Boy George, Alex M.O.R.P.H., Christina Aguilera, Darren Tate and Eminem to name a few, earning them overwhelming support from the world’s top DJs such as Paul Van Dyk, Tiesto and Armin Van Buuren.
3 GB, 40 Construction Kits, over 1000 Loops, 260 single sounds.
Hardtechno vs Schranz
Hardtechno vs. Schranz is a unique, high quality produced sample collection from one of the best and most respected Hardtechno producers in the industry: Robert Natus.
This library is jam packed with samples in 40 powerful construction kits, containing Hardtechno and Schranz sounds. The variety of sequences gives you a powerful tool to create perfect music that enables you for success. The content is geared toward Hardtechno and Schranz producers looking for authentic club sounds. Everything is programmed to conform to the musical genre. Robert Natus has produced and remixed more than 120 official releases on different labels worldwide. He is the man responsible for Hardtechno vs. Schranz. These samples comprise a state of the art library of Hardtechno and Schranz sounds to achieve an authentic, actual club sound.
1.5GB, 40 Construction Kits, 800 Loops, 240 single sounds.

Elastik features:
  • highspeed timestretching and pitchshifting in best quality
  • innovative "LoopEye" for fast loop variations
  • all parameters midi controllable
  • multiple content management
  • each product separately installable
  • mapping tools (automatic slice- & chromatic-map)
  • save audio of original and modified loops
  • creation of user presets
  • filter with "kill function" (-72db)
  • adaptable to tempos from 10 to 480 bpm
  • audio engine for quick adaptation
  • and many many more
Pricing and Availability:
Ueberschall’s Hardtechno vs. Schranz is available for USD $119 USD (€ 99)
Ueberschall’s Trance ID is available for USD $119 USD (€ 99)
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