Ueberschall Planet Trance Released

3.3 GB, 30 kits, 1470 Samples      27/07/10

Via
cryptonfuturemedia 

Ueberschall announce a new sample library aimed squarely at the Trance genre , comprising 3.3 GB with 30 construction kits and nearly 1500 loops and samples constructed by Marc Steinmeier , who has worked, produced and remixed  Universal Music, EMI Electrola and Sony/BMG. Covering the Trance from the 90s to now, it should give you something to to do over the Summer.

Each construction kit is grouped into several subfolders:
  • Intro/Outro: Here you can find the matching intro/outro track for the construction kit.
  • Main Kit: Includes the main theme, with all of its sounds and phrases.
  • Variation Kit: Provides an alternative track and phrases which are used to add contrast and extension to the main theme. Some Kits provide more than one variation for further flexibility.
  • Drum Shots: The single-shots are gathered in this folder, making it easy to find all percussive sounds used to make additional drumming and percussive rhythms.
Navigation / Workflow
The given structure and features like labeled key 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 creations, such as:
  • - highspeed timestretching and pitchshifting algorithms
  • - save single or complete audio files of original and modified loops
  • - mapping tools (automatic slice- & chromatic-map)
  • - multiple content management
  • - innovative „LoopEye“ for fast loop variations
  • - and many many more
Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS/StandAlone
Elastik Player included - no sampler required!
Available for 
99,- Euro

 

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