Components For On-The-Fly Scoring

Ueberschall announces the availability of Score Elements      04/05/10
Components For On-The-Fly Scoring


Ueberschall has announced their new Score Elements system. They tell us that it provides the highest possible quality of audio processing and is especially geared toward professional scoring, game sfx, audio logos and flash applications. Here's what they have to say in their press release...
Within this module of the Score Elements system, you'll find a huge amount of Accents, Ambient Beds, Impacts, Transitions and Whooshes. Content delivers a rich spectrum of bright and dark moods such as scary, mysterious, dark, disturbed, fortunate, cheerful, peaceful.
Every sound in the library was developed to create with ease a unique feeling to compel and immerse your intended audience. With the flexible Elastik engine you can easily mix and modify several of the 792 samples and loops at once to create completely new sounds and moods on-the-fly. A wide variety of sounds are provided which appeal to diverse sound applications.
Structure
The over 2.5 GB library is divided into five main folders and several sub folders, to enable fast and target-orientated browsing within the product
  • 01 - Accents: Hundreds of grab and go ready samples, with various lengths. Here the samples are separated into different mood folders like creepy, disturbing, mysterious, and scary for example.
  • 02 - Ambient Beds: This section is divided into two main mood folders, bright and dark. Within these folders you'll find a rich spectrum of beds which have a length of up to over 45 seconds. Some of the Beds deliver multiple variations per phrase. Every Bed is full loop able.
  • Impacts: This part is filled with a huge amount of unique impacts. First of all the samples are divided into three subfolders, with different room sizes--small, medium and big rooms. Additionally the samples are separated into hard low/mid frequencies and soft low/mid frequencies. This ensures that you'll find the required sample as quickly as possible.
  • 04 - Transitions: The transition sounds are perfect to connect different scenes. They are separated into fast and slow rising transitions.
  • 05 - Whooshes: A vast number of whoosh samples, which are perfect to empower your moving objects, such as logos and animations. The sounds are portioned into short and long. Furthermore they are split into low and midrange frequencies.
Navigation / Workflow
The given structure and features like labeled mood signature and tempo information, makes it as easy as possible to find a song or groove that will match your tracking needs and goals. Additionally the Elastik Player offers you a lot of DSP functions to adjust the songs to further fit your productions / creations.
Credits
Responsible for this product are Berengar Schmidt and Marc Steinmeier. They have worked for companies like Universal Music, EMI Electrola and Sony/BMG to name a few. They have assisted, produced or remixed for well known artists such as LL Cool J, Alcia Keys, George Clinton, Eminem and others. They gave a lot of productions their break in terms of Sounddesign. This product guarantees a sound that is truly high fidelity.
2.51 GB, 792 loops and single sounds
Genre: Sound Effects
Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS/StandAlone
Elastik Player included - no sampler required
Pricing and Availability:
99 Euro More information:

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