Composer's Toolkit Upgraded

Sample Logic releases A.I.R. Expanded      17/02/10

Composer's Toolkit Upgraded


Here's the Sample Logic press release...
Sample Logic has taken A.I.R. into the next generation with their upgrade to A.I.R. Expanded. A.I.R.'s sample programming and user interface have been completely redesigned and enhanced from the ground up with five independent screens of more than 40 assignable effects and performance parameters. In addition, Sample Logic has meticulously revamped every original A.I.R. instrument and introduced a whole new collection of performance-ready instruments and multis.
A.I.R. Expanded blends the three essential building blocks of music (Ambience, Impacts, and Rhythms) into one score-effectual toolkit. Powered by Native Instruments Kontakt Player, this extensive 6 GB virtual instrument contains over 900 award-winning instruments and multis that include atmospheric soundscapes, impactual transitions, tempo-synced rhythmic loops and much more...
This library truly is "The all-in-one composers toolkit!"
Pricing and Availability:
Available now as direct download .Boxed version will be available March 1st
Full Retail Product: $359.99 (Download or Boxed)
Current User Upgrade: $49.99 (Download Only)
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