Ueberschall says that you can take a trip to the darker end of the ambient spectrum with Ambient Noises. They say that, with 20 constructions kits of down-tempo moods, these loops capture the more sinister tone of ambient music. Here's the story in their own words...
These samples will bring instant atmosphere to any music-to-picture project but, with strong rhythmic and harmonic elements in each kit, add your own soulful vocals and they also provide the groundwork for your latest ambient song projects. Featuring sparse processed beats, pulsing basses and evocative synths and sound effects, Ambient Noises is unsettling, hypnotic and hugely atmospheric.
Ambient Noises contains 286 loops and samples spread over 20 construction kits. The extended loops are 20 to 30 seconds long. The tempo of these kits ranges from 66 up to 96 BPM. Each kit is eight bars long and offers synth- and sub basses, pads, sfx sounds, e-piano loops, ambiences and noises. The drums are split into bassdrums, snaredrums, claps, hihats, electronic percussion and drum fx. A complete drum mix is also available for each kit.
All construction kits contain loops that are not used in the main mix. These add-on sounds were created using analog outboard effects and can be used to create new variations of each kit on the fly.
Thanks to its clear structure the Elastik player is the ideal tool for fast and modern music production. The „élastique pro"-algorithm by zplane offers time stretching and pitch shifting in high quality, which makes it possible to adjust each loop to your own projects.
The keyword-based browser allows you to search through all installed Elastik libraries and freely combine them with each other. Creative and intuitive features such as resample, reverse, formant and multi-mode filter allow you to alter all samples even further.
Produced by: Uwe Kinast & Julian Liedtke
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