Retro Action Movie Sounds

Ueberschall releases Retro Action Score sound library      14/03/12
Retro Action Movie Sounds

Ueberschall tells us that their new Sound Library stands for authentic action-movie-retro-sound as heard in numerous classics of the genre. They say that Retro Action Score links a wide variety of elements from rock, jazz and soul together with distorted organs and rhodes, distortion fx and fat drumbeats as well as upright and electric bass to an inspiring vintage sound. Here's the details that they have supplied...
3.8 GB library Retro Action Score in 20 construction kits includes a big selection of clean and distorted electric and acoustic guitars, groovy electric and double basses, rhodes, pianos, synths and organs. Fat drumbeats, various percussion elements, atmospheric guitar- and drum fx provide the fitting rhythmic basement. The tempo of the kits varies between 66 and 180 bpm. 1853 loops from two to eight bars are mixed with enough headroom to enable you to modify the sounds according to your demands.
Every Kit contains six subfolders:
  • No.1 and No.6: sounds for intros and outros
  • No. 2, 3 and 5: main themes and variations
  • No. 4: sounds for breakparts
Production: Kai Reuter, Uwe Kinast, Pre-Production: Hakan Türközü, Drums, Percussion: Phillipe Candas, Bass: Christian Flohr, Organ, E-Piano, Synth: Hakan Türközü, Guitars: Kai Reuter
Construction Kit Titles:
Set a Snare, Casino Night, Midnight Deal, Beretta, Masquerade, Sleeper, Runaway, Tijuana, Special Agent, The Slots, Stranger, Spy, Dude, Jackpot, Surveillance, Corruption, Star Witness, Walther, Breaking, Game Over.
3.8 GB, 20 Construction Kits, 1853 Loops
Genre: Score Music
Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS/StandAlone
Elastik Player included - no sampler required
Pricing and Availability:
99.00 € More information:

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