Dynamite Crunk Action

Ueberschall announces the availability of Crunkzilla      18/07/08
Dynamite Crunk Action


Ueberschall has announced the availability of Crunkzilla, a new Elastik Sound bank that they describe as Dynamite Crunk Action.Here’s all the details directly from their press release:
Background
Ueberschall delivers in this totally new sampling sensation comprised of Crunk-based grooves and shots. This mammoth release provides 2 GB of delights in the form of 40 construction kits ranging in tempo from 67 to 145 BPM.
Genuine flavor and trends from actual Crunk Music plus surrounding styles like Dirty South and HipHop. Kits include main and variation folders with all loops used to make the structure of the mix as well as single shot folders for the drum samples.
Crunk Method
Crunkzilla offers a jumbo variety of style accurate drum loops, synth patterns, bass lines, chord progressions, atmospheres, percussion and fx-sounds which can be painlessly bonded to one another. BPM information and root key (key signatures) are embedded in all loop file names, streamlining the selection process.
With the included Elastik Player content comes setup for direct use. Elastik also provides effects processing such as filter, pitch, reverse and others for each key in the Elastik interface. Instantly modify BPM, Pitch and Loop point settings for an ideal fit. Highly effective organization and tools to quickly develop new arrangements.
Professional Use
  • Songs / Mixes
  • DJ / Club Sets
  • Game Audio
  • Film Score
Credits
Responsible for this Ueberschall production are: Tuny Chris and Marc Steinmeier—A team that has collaborated on dozens of productions and remixes for headliners like Kanye West, Eminem, Christina Aguilera and others.
Features
  • 2 GB, 40 Crunk Kits (940 Loops and Samples)
  • Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS
  • Elastik Player included - no sampler required
Pricing and Availability:
Crunkzilla is available for $119 USD / 99 Euro / 17.800 Yen / £69 GBP More information:
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