Sonic Mechanics presents Future Cinematic FX, a sample collection crafted using advanced sound design techniques to emulate the styles pioneered by the Hollywood sound design pros. Included in this package are all the sounds you will need to inject the presence of the distant future into your productions.
Inside you will find Epic Braam Hits reminiscent of blockbuster titles including Inception and Prometheus, Cinematic Sweeps and Doppler flyby effects, Pulsating Atmospheres, Swooping Modulated Bass Stings and Dominant Impact sounds amongst much more.
Future Cinematic FX is the shortcut to giving you the blockbuster impact for the trailer you have been scoring or the deep throbbing atmosphere of an alien ship for your next scene. Also included are BPM synced Atmosphere and Beep Loops as well as fully fledged break sections for producers to place into their compositions to create an authentic movie ambience before their bass line drops.
In detail you will find over a Gigabyte of content including 60 Atmosphere Loops, 51 Impacts, 30 Complex Impacts, 20 Braam Hits, 23 Modulated Bass Hits, 21 Bass Stings, 12 Full Drop Loops, 20 Beep Loops and 51 Beep Hits, 21 Doppler Sweeps, 50 Down Sweeps, 50 Up Sweeps and a Huge 58 sampler presets for Kontakt, Halion and Exs24. The files inside range from 100 - 170 Bpm and have been labelled where appropriate, with tempo and Key Signature information.
This collection is inspired by the composition motifs and sound design techniques of musicians scoring for Film and Games but could also be used in genres including Drum and Bass, Electro, Dubstep, House, Hip Hop and Downtempo.
Future Cinematic Fx is bursting with apocalyptic audio hits for composers looking to add the Sci-Fi edge to their scores and exploding with Hi-Tech loops and atmospheres for underground music producers wanting to add the dystopian future sound to their tracks.
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