The Six Elements Of Music

Sample Logic release huge sample library      11/10/07

The Six Elements Of Music


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Sample Logic have been in touch to tell us that they are proud to present the 6 Elements of music:
  • Ambience (456 patches)
  • Bass (122 patches)
  • Harmony (138 patches)
  • Impacts (391 patches)
  • Melody (354 patches)
  • Rhythm (227 patches)
This 14 GB/4 DVD library, called The Elements, contains over 1700 instruments, tempo synced loops, and multis. The Elements operates on both Mac and PC platforms and is delivered in Audio Unit, VST, DXi, and RTAS formats. The library comes preloaded with Kontakt Player 2 software and is ready to go out of the box as both a standalone instrument and plug-in. The library can also be loaded and customized in the full version of Kontakt 2.
Sample Logic had this to say, “The Elements is a collection that will transform your work, pushing the envelope beyond today's standard of music and sound design. Since the instruments are broken up into 6 intuitive elements, you won't waste any time browsing through unneeded sounds. These cutting-edge instruments were crafted to excite, inspire, and electrify, practically begging you to create. The library is packed with deadly, ear scraping ambiance to serene melodic choirs; glitched out distorted beats to funky harmonic guitar licks; woofed out basses to spine bending transitional impacts; traditional brass ensembles to psychedelic spirals of exotic colors. And with a bunch of extra sounds made from unicorns, hobbits, and dragons, this library is sure to be fun for the whole family!� Pricing and Availability:
Available now. Cost: $299
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