Bluezone Ambient Injection: Evolving Space
Bluezone has released Ambient Injection: Evolving Space, a collection of ''ambient pad samples, outer space sound effects, claustrophobic textures, disturbing drones and atmospheric samples.''
This collection of processed sounds can be used for various kinds of musical projects such as film scores, Dubstep, games sound design, Drum & Bass, Downbeat, Industrial, IDM, Breakbeat, Electronica and more.
In this new sound library you will find 117 treated samples (several over a minute in length). This sound library offers a choice of styles and various editting possibilities. You can import all the samples into various kinds of audio editing software including Logic, Cubase, Pro Tools, FL Studio, Cakewalk, Sonar among others tools that are compatible with the WAV format.
All audio elements in this sample pack are royalty-free.
Pricing and Availability:
Ambient Injection: Evolving Space is available to purchase for 12.95 EUR.
More information: Bluezone
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