Flexible Arpeggiated Sounds

Camel Audio releases Arp Dimensions and Bonus Library      16/12/10
Flexible Arpeggiated Sounds


Camel Audio bring tidings of great joy for those of you looking for flexible arpeggiated sounds. Arp Dimensions contains 150 presets and works as a standalone instrument when used with the included Alchemy Player. Here's what they have to say about it...
Arp Dimensions is a bubbling world of cascading melodies, pulsating soundscapes and layered riffs. No static arpeggios here – each preset incorporates extensive programming options to offer a seamless mini-world of evolving possibilities. This library is perfect for genres as diverse as electronica, dance and ambient, all locked in perfect sync to the tempo of your track. Many patches have a dedicated knob for switching between multiple arpeggiated patterns, so it's easy to make them fit your music.
Featuring hypnotic bass riffs, sci-fi bleeps and swooping synth motifs, ethnic percussion workouts, heavenly bells, scraped strings, pulsing voices, calming mantras, plus darting and stuttering chaotica. From classic simplicity to wild note excesses, from gently swelling sparseness to complex multi-layered riffs, Arp Dimensions has it all.
Camel Audio have also released a free bonus library of 50 presets for all Alchemy Player and Alchemy users, bringing the total number of sounds included with Alchemy Player to 200. The sounds range from ambient soundscapes to wobble basses and include some sounds from our competition winners as well as from our established team.
Pricing and Availability:
Arp Dimensions costs $59 / €49 / £39 and includes a free license for Alchemy Player More information:
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