3GB Of Sound Design And Soundscape Toolsets

Puremagnetik releases Filmscape for Ableton Live, Kontakt and Logic      28/03/14
3GB Of Sound Design And Soundscape Toolsets


Puremagnetik tels us that Filmscape is over 3GB of sound design and soundscape toolsets for composers, film scorers and intrepid experimentalists. They say that, packed with menus of metallic slams, horrific environments, cinematic textures and transition effects, Filmscape is a comprehensive collection of essential sounds for games, film, television and other media.

Filmscape includes:

Infinite Spaces - An odyssey in space and sound. Built with responses generated from legendary space simulation equipment. Infinite Spaces is an adventure in stereo and an odyssey in sonic textures.

Grainscapes - A collection of haunting, granular synthesized cinematic textures and ambiences for scoring or sound design applications. Grainscapes includes over 20 multi-sampled programs tailored for instant tweaking and sonic manipulation. 

Metalsphere - Intense soundscapes, suspenseful textures and horrific environments. Conveniently packaged into 2 multisampled menus of the most nightmarish proportions, Metalsphere contains a huge array of sonic possibilities.

Technosphere - Over 100 dark, twisted soundscapes, transition effects and ambiances. Perfect for television/film scoring, atmosphere creation and creative sound design.

Minimum System Requirements

  • 3 Gigabytes of hard disk space
  • Ableton Live 8 or higher, Kontakt 3.5 or higher, Logic 9 or higher
  • 500 MB of RAM


Pricing and Availability:
Filmscape is available for $49 here

More information:





 

More From: PUREMAGNETIK
Even more news...



More Videos

Sonic LAB Review: Boomstars Baby! 

Multi-flavour desktop analog mono


Cubase Focus: Mixing Workflow with Track Visibility 

More power tips for managing large projects


Berlin Diaries: Schneiders Laden - Why It Matters 

Still sticking up for the little guy after 15 years


First Look: GForce Software Oddity2 Virtual ARP Odyssey 

2 years in development