Analog Attack

Ueberschall announces new sample library wth analog basslines, leads and effects      04/04/08
Analog Attack


Ueberschall tell us that their new Analog Attack is a complex, well structured 1.6 GB sample library which includes more than 1450 diverse Patterns and Sequences of first class analog purity.
This massive library is organized into 116 folders. Ueberschall say that you´ll find in each folder several variations of the main sequence in terms of filter movements, sounds and grooves, making it very flexible to use. All sequences provide BPM and root key information within the samples name, simplifying optimal selection and rapid fusion to productions.
Ueberschall believe that Analog Attack works well with Electronic Methods such as Minimal, Techno, House Hardstyle, Breakbeat, Techhouse, Progressive and Trance, but fits many other styles and needs thanks to a huge variety of leads, bass-lines and fx sequences. They say that all material is ultra-flexible and can cater to individual tastes and treatment visions.
Gear
Analog Attack was developed with analog synth and signal processing gear of today and yesterday The instruments used for this production include:
  • Minimoog
  • Moog Voyager
  • Prophet 5
  • Prophet 600
  • Andromeda, Se-1x
  • Omega 8
  • Arp 2600
  • Yamaha CS 80
  • Juno 106
  • SH 101
  • Matrix 6
Features
  • 1.6 GB
  • 116 attack kits
  • 1450 loops
  • Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS
  • Elastik Player included - no sampler required
Pricing and Availability:
Analog Attack is available for $119 USD / 99 Euro / 17.800Yen / £69 GBP More information:
  • www.ueberschall.com More From: UEBERSCHALL
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