Cinematic Netherworld Of Sound

Camel Audio releases Steamworx for Alchemy & Alchemy Player      04/05/11
Cinematic Netherworld Of Sound


Camel Audio has announced the release of the Steamworx Sound Library for Alchemy and Alchemy Player. Steamworx contains 150 presets and works as a standalone instrument when used with the free Alchemy Player. Here's what Camel Audio has to say about it...
Steamworx is a cinematic netherworld featuring keyboard instruments made from clocks, drum kits built with steam-powered machines, fog-shrouded soundscapes and gothic choirs. With intricate contraptions, grunge-laden grooves, multi-layered arpeggios and hand-crafted percussion that ooze character and round-robin realism, you will find moods suited to epic soundtrack, delicate ambient, sci-fi, industrial and the supernatural.
This library incorporates over 240MB of new sample content, with specially created instruments, extensive field recordings that add a rich patina of detail, 8-bit SID Chip exotica, plus samplings from an extensive collection of bells, chimes, and gongs. Martin Walker is well known for his music and sound effects design on over a hundred game soundtracks, and for his columns and features on sound design in magazines such as Sound On Sound and Audio Technology.
Pricing and Availability:
Steamworx costs 59USD / 49EUR / 39GBP and works as a standalone instrument with the free Alchemy Player More information:
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mattsynth    Said...

Sounds like the start of a Omnisphere like instrument for 1/10 the price. That would be great because Omnisphere is way too much money for a romper at $500.00.

04-May-11 10:17 AM


Martin Walker    Said...

Hi mattsynth!

Glad you like the sound of Steamworx - Camel Audio do offer very good value for money ;-)

06-Jun-11 12:48 PM


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