Drums and percussion play a vital role in the creation of uncomfortable moments and atmospheres that drives into perturbation. This time we are providing an extensive collection of percussions that puts you in the middle of awkward, uncanny, and deadly rituals. Are you ready to start a mystical journey to the roots of shamanism spirituality!
Cinetools presents Tribe; is an invitation to a world that you could have never imagined existing! Featuring dark aleatoric sound designs with bold and unsettling rich sonic impacts that will make your production life easier! This tremendous library contains hundreds of percussive elements to help you to achieve such a level of emotional tension and discomfort through sound. From merciless percussive aggressions to twisted and processed drums, mangled percussions to traditional and bewitching rhythmic underscores, trippy percussive crescendos and swells to looming dark drum rolls, panic-stricken threatening stingers to brain-scrambling sequences and much much more... You will be sure to find what you are looking for.
In detail expect to find +19GB of high-quality sounds including 5383 SFX divided into two main folders Designed SFX and Designer Tools. Designed SFX Folder contains 1007 ready-to-use sounds consisting of 75 Atmospheres, 32 Crescendos, 347 Drum & Percussion Hits including 110 Acoustic, 66 Atmospheric & Distant, 50 Cinematic, 61 Dark & Boomy, 33 Industrial & Metallic and 27 Synthetic, 318 Drum & Percussion Loops consist of 43 Atmospheric Drum Beds, 81 Chaotic Sequences, 74 Dark Cinematic Rhythms, 51 Rhythmic Patterns and 69 Ritual Grooves, 31 Flams, 24 Reverses, 28 Rolls, 54 Stings, 46 Swells and 52 Textures. Every sound in the folder is recorded at 24bit / 192kHz, designed and delivered in industry-standard 24bit / 96kHz to ensure the highest quality for today's cinematic production needs. All the sounds in this library are perfectly categorized and labeled to make it easy for you to find them and to speed up your workflow by finding the right elements quickly to evoke a specific emotion you need!
“Designer Tools” includes 4376 sounds recorded with a live percussion ensemble to create all kinds of stunning and awe-inspiring trailers.. We give you a powerful toolset to design your own unique sounds from scratch and you are totally free to manipulate any of them by mixing other sounds. We have recorded a variety of instruments with an incredible sample rate of 192kHz/24bit to build this library such as; Bass Bendir, Buffalo Drum, Cabasa, Cowbell, Cymbals contains China, Crash, Ride and Splash, Daire, Djembe, Erbane, Floor Tom, Guiro, Guiro Shaker, Hand Drum, Maracas, Mazhar, Ocean Drum, Rainstick, Seashell Chimes, variety size of Shakers such as Large, Medium and Small, Shaman Rattle, Sheep Bell, Snare, Spring Drums in two sizes, Tambourine, Tar Frame Drum, Thunder Beatbox, Thunder Tube 2.32 Inch, Timbale, Timbau, Triangle, Wood Rachet, Wood Snap and Wooden Clacker. All these are JUST waiting to be discovered.. Get ready to design phenomenal drum sounds with us?
Perfect for modern horror thriller productions or projects such as pagan horror movies, gruesome folk ritual scenarios, solstice festival scenes, shaman-themed series, poignant and obscure backgrounds, tribal ceremonies, and beyond... This library provides the full percussive arsenal needed for editors to bring the true Hollywood sound to their trailers and productions. So are you ready to evoke the shaman spirits with us!
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