Ueberschall releases Nouvelle Discotheque sample collection 26/06/12
Ueberschall has released Nouvelle Discotheque, a 1.2 GB sample collection featuring 10 construction kits and 629 loops. Let's let them tell the story in their own words...
The mirrorball keeps spinning in the 21st century. Lively grooves, flowing melodies and clever arrangements create this certain and unmatched feeling of happiness on the dance floor.
Nouvelle Discotheque is the lightweight and easy alternative to all hard sounds and simple arrangements of most current dance-tracks. The grown up and intense arrangements of this library are forged from wide string pads, funky guitars, driving percussions and liquid bass-lines. They do not fear comparison to the best tracks of the golden age of Disco but offer the indispensable, punchy sound of modern productions.
Nouvelle Discotheque consists of 10 construction kits, with 3 or 4 parts each to build up conclusive tracks. All instruments are available as individual tracks, ready to be mixed to your own taste. Single tracks may also be swapped across different kits, for free combinations within the 1.2 GB content. Even better, the library elements are ready to be used in a completely different context. Think of combining these with House and Pop – this is the library to go to!
Ready to use mix-tracks allow a fast use of drums while single tracks for kick, hi-hats, snares, claps, bongos, congas, cymbals and percussions are available whenever needed. This way, build-ups, breaks and fill-ins can easily be created. There also is a broad choice of instrument-loops, among them electronic and synth-based basses, guitars, organs, synthesizers, pads, SFX, electric pianos and typical string-lines, all played by experienced musicians.
Nouvelle Discotheque is not only a perfect match for music productions but also fits fine to advertisement creation, presentations, catwalk-sound, web-applications, games, film-scores and more. It is a must-have for producers, songwriters, PDJs and sound designers. Credits
Nouvelle Discotheque has been produced by Marc Steinmeier and Ron Paul, who both worked for companies like Universal Music, EMI Electrola and Sony/BMG. They have fine-tuned many tracks and remixes from well-known artists such as LL Cool J, Alicia Keys, George Clinton and Eminem, contributing their composition skills and sound-design. Credits go to Peter Jordan (Guitar) with gear from Paul Reed Smith (electric guitars), Lakewood (acoustic guitars), Engl Amplification, Kemper Profiling Amplifier, Lehle Pedals, D'Addario Strings. Pricing and Availability: