Vocal House is the second part of the Ueberschall Vocal Track Series. The company tells us that this library focuses on melodic house tracks with pumping beats, fat synth basses and edited vocals. Both male and female vocals are used. Here's the details directly from Ueberschall...
Vocal House contains four 130 BPM construction kits with 354 loops in total. Each kit offers up to seven different parts like intro, outro, main, break and variations. Each part includes single tracks containing all the different instruments. Available are synth basses, sfx sounds, e-pianos, synth loops, guitar licks, pads, vocals and vocal fx. Also, an unedited version of the vocals used is included in all construction kits. The drumloops contain bassdrums, snares, claps, hihats, cymbals and electronic percussion. Additionally, single sounds of all drum sounds are available, making it possible to create variations or even completely new drumloops.
Vocal House is perfectly suitable for a multitude of projects. Film scoring, web, apps or music production, Vocal House always delivers authentic results.
Vocal Track Series
The vocals of this series have been created by the producers of the successful sample libraries Techno Trance-, House- and Loop Essentials (Essentials of the Order). For any library of the Vocal Track series, the phrases are available in a produced ready-to-use format as well as in raw and unaltered versions for individual creative manipulation in the sound bank.
The Elastik player is ideal for loop-based music production. All loops in Vocal House can be customized with just a few clicks to match any existing projects in speed and pitch. The browser manages all installed Elastik libraries together, so you have all the available loops in instant access. This means that not only loops of one, but all installed Elastik libraries can be combined with each other. Effects such as Resample, Reverse, Formant and multimode filters also allow effective editing of the loops for creative sound design.
Produced by: Uwe Kinast & Julian Liedtke
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