Sinevibes Introduces New Sample Collections

Constructor and Vocoder sample sets released      06/12/10
Sinevibes Introduces New Sample Collections


Sinevibes has announced two new titles in it's sample collection series, which they tell us have been carefully crafted with the most demanding music producers and live performers in mind. Here's what they have to say about them...
These unique sounds deliver fresh air for your creativity and are instantly usable in music styles which require catchy and highly-energetic sounds: from club, urban, breakbeat to ambient, experimental and anything in between, plus they're equally great for composing movie scores, jingles and ringtones.
The new titles include:
  • Constructor delivers innovative single drum, percussion, glitch and noise sounds which will be highly appreciated by musicians who strive to create original rhythm tracks.
  • Vocoder brings you interesting sounds created with a genuine analog vocoder, such as processed melodic phrases and rhythm loops, hits, chords, single drum and percussion sounds, and noises.
Both of these new sample collections have been designed to be extremely compact and fit perfectly into any sampling device or software, especially where sample size is crucial (like iOS and Android music making software, and older hardware samplers).
Pricing and Availability:
Constructor and Vocoder are immediately available for download for $19 each, in WAVE and AIFF formats. They can also be purchased in a discount bundle along with Ambisphere, Beats and Motions collections for just $59 (about 40% off total price). More information:

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