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Ueberschall Analog Attack

Ueberschall Announces Analog Attack Sample Library.


According to Ueberschall Analog Attack is a sample library which includes more than 1450 diverse Patterns and Sequences with 1.6 GB of analog purity. This library is organized into 116 folders. You ́ll find in each folder several variations of the main sequence in terms of filtermovements, sounds and grooves. All sequences provide BPM and root key information within the samples name, simplifying selection and fusion to productions.

Analog Attack is designed for Minimal, Techno, House Hardstyle, Breakbeat, Techhouse, Progressive and Trance. We’re told that Analog Attack was developed with analog synth and signal processing gear of today and yesterday. The instruments used for this production include: Minimoog, Moog Voyager, Prophet 5, Prophet 600, Andromeda, Se-1x, Omega 8, Arp 2600, Ymaha CS 80, Juno 106, SH 101, Matrix 6

Key Applications: Mixes, Cues, Flash, Podcasts, Online Videos, Websites, GameAudio

1.6 GB, 116 attack kits, 1450 loops
Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS
Elastik Player included — no sampler required.

Analog Attack is available for $119/€99/£69

For more information, visit their web site at www.ueberschall.com.
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