Sample Logic The Elements EXP
Sample Logic has expanded The Elements by releasing The Elements EXP, featuring a newly enhanced Graphical User Interface and several hundred more instruments and multis.
Powered by Native Instruments Kontakt Player plugin (VST, DXi, RTAS, AU, and Stand-alone for both Windows and Mac OS X), The Elements EXP is suitable for Film/TV, Video Game composers, Sound Designers, DJs, Musicians, Producers, and live performers, etc. This library "blurs the line between music and sound design."
Expanding the periodic table
The Elements EXP is based on the 6 Elements of music; Ambience, Bass, Harmony, Impacts, Melody, Rhythm. This Expansion brings new functionality to the table, with performance ready arpeggiators and gators, as well as a host of new on-screen automation-ready effects such as: Chorus, Pulser, Delay, Reverb, EQ, and Portamento.
This 14 GB Kontakt Player library now includes over 2000+ instruments and multis.
Pricing & Availability
For New Elements Owners $359: The Elements EXP is an entirely redesigned product that gives you not only all of the instruments from the original Elements, but with a completely new user interface, and an additional 350 patches bringing you a total of 2000+ instruments and multis. The Elements EXP has an MSRP of $359.
For Current users $40: The EXP can be purchased as a $40 expansion download, which will update your current 1700 Elements instruments and multis to the newly created interface as well as unlocking an additional 350+ instruments and multis.
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