Symphonic And Intense

ProducerLoops.com release the Symphonic Intense collection of powerful orchestral and percussion arrangements      14/04/10

Symphonic And Intense


ProducerLoops.com has released Symphonic Intense from their content partner Bunker 8, which they describe as a collection filled with powerful orchestral arrangements and articulations coupled with really intense percussion arrangements. Here's what they have to say about it...
'Symphonic Intense' brings to mind the smell of burning rubber, street fights car chases and giant explosions. This collection amps up the tempo and introduces positively ready for soundtrack, trailers, games and uptempo intensity and action available immediately in your DAW.
Contents:
  • 1,054 Files
  • 4.7 GB of Content
  • 157 Acid Loops
  • 157 Apple Loops
  • 157 Rex Files
  • Reason Refill
  • 785 Single Hit Samples
  • 6 Battery 2 Kits
  • 6 Kontakt 2 Kits
  • 6 DS404 Kits
  • 6 EMU kits
  • 6 Gigasampler Kits
  • 6 Halion Kits
  • 6 Sampletank Kits
  • 6 Soundfont Kits
  • 6 Wusikstation Kits
Pricing and Availability:
Symphonic Intense is currently available as a download for £25.00 / 29,00 EUR / $33.51 USD. More information:

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