Create A Post-Modern Cacophony

Prime Loops release Phatmospheres sample set of dark textures and atmospheres      14/06/11
Create A Post-Modern Cacophony


Here's Prime Loops' press release:
Inspired by the timelessly futuristic creations of legendary soundtrack composers comes Prime Loops' latest release, Phatmospheres, - laying sounds and voices into a post-modern cacophony like Walter Murch did in THX 1138, wallowing away on the analogue spree of effects and atmospheres like those that enhanced Jerry Goldsmith's score in the unforgettable Logan's Run and entering the wicked worlds of David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti.
"Phatmospheres" comes with 40+ thoroughly selected dark textures, eerie ambiences, soundscapes and droning atmospheres providing new levels of deepness, drama and suspense for your productions. Over 350mb of sound creations including a folder with more than 20 rhythmical and beat-mapped soundscapes ranging from 74 to 140 bpm provide an outstanding multitude of moods and effects that are suitable for many different genres. All sounds in this absolutely royalty-free selection have been brewed up exclusively for Prime Loops – these soundscapes are engineered to perfection, coming in crystal-clear 24-bit quality and complete with great panoramic stereo effects.
"Phatmospheres" come ready-formatted out of the box to simply drag and drop into your favourite hardware or software – it's never been so easy to create sounds and layers of such gravitas.
Formats include: FL Studio, .WAV, Garageband, Akai MPC, Apple Loops, .AIFF Samples and more.
Pricing and Availability:
Phatmospheres is available to download for £12.95 More information:
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