Sampled Synth Phrases For Sale

Ueberschall releases Synthlines sample collection featuring bass and lead Lines      19/10/12
Sampled Synth Phrases For Sale

Ueberschall tells us that the Elastik library, Synthlines, comes with over 1000 bass and lead phrases suiting most modern music styles. They say that it was heavily influenced by genres such as RnB, Soul, Funk, House, Pop, Acid Jazz and Downbeat.
A Ueberschall spokesperson told Sonic State, "All patterns were played on analogue classics like Minimoog or Studio Electronics and recorded without additional EQ or mastering tools. The sound is timeless and all the samples can be mixed and matched with each other to achieve a greater range of variations.
All phrases were played by experienced studio musicians with no midi usage or quantization, keeping the groove and essence as natural as possible. Not only were all phrases recorded with three different sounds but each phrase also features two slightly different parameter settings on its respective stereo channels, making it possible to modify the sound even more: By adjusting the pan on a mono channel you can morph between the two variations of a phrase to alter it to your demands. This makes Synthlines a perfect match for when you need a fat bassline or a cool lead for your production.
Thanks to the Elastik engine, the key, tempo, pitch, or formant of whole melodies or single notes can be manipulated to the extreme, providing a huge playground for sound-fanatics."

Genre: RnB, Funk & Soul
1.9 GB, 1500 Loops and Samples
Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS/StandAlone
Elastik Player included - no sampler required
Pricing and Availability:
99 Euro More information:

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