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Ueberschall has announced three upcoming releases: Synthlines - Liquid Bass and Lead Lines, Electrolines - Liquid Bass and Lead Lines and Dancehall Madness Vol. II - Elastik Soundbank.


Synthlines
Liquid Bass and Lead Lines

The Liquid library Synthlines comes with over 1000 bass and lead phrases suiting most modern music styles. It was heavily influenced by genres such as RnB, Soul, Funk, House, Pop, Acid Jazz and Downbeat. All patterns were played on analogue classics like Minimoog or Studio Electronics and recorded without additional EQ or mastering tools. All phrases were played by studio musicians with no MIDI usage or quantization.

Electrolines
Liquid Bass and Lead Lines

The Liquid library Electrolines comes with 78 themes and over 1000 analog synth sequences. Every single theme consists of leads, basses and effects, which are different in terms of filter movement, sound and groove. They can be used as main melody, backing or fill in and were created especially for electronic music genres like Minimal, Techno, Electroclash, Trance, Breakbeats and Techhouse, to name a few. The Liquid-Player engine makes it possible to change the key, tempo, pitch, or formants of whole melodies or single notes in a few steps. It also allows you to switch the starting and end points. Electrolines was produced with analogue synthesizers and signal processing gear. A few examples include: Moog Voyager, Alesis Andromeda, Omega 8, Se-1x, Sh 101, Korg Monopoly, Oberheim Xpander & Ob-MX.

Dancehall Madness Vol. II
Elastik Soundbank

Dancehall Madness Vol. II is a way to create synthetic dancehall riddim. 34 Construction Kits, including vocals by three different singers (two male and one female). Dancehall Madness Vol.II comes with 628 Dancehall loops and samples. Jam packed with club oriented drums, basses, percussions, synth sounds, vocals, chords and a massive effect section. Dancehall Madness Vol.II works in combination with Dancehall Madness Vol. I. This allows users to build full productions within minutes by mix-matching & layering loops from both products.

Pricing & Availability
Synthlines and Electrolines are both Liquid Soundbanks; Dancehall Madness Vol. II is an Elastik Soundbank. The included Liquid / Elastik Players are available for Mac OS X and Windows in AU, VST and RTAS plug-in formats.

Each product has an MSRP of $119 / €99 / 17.800 Yen / £69. They are all scheduled for release within the next two months.

For more info, check out www.ueberschall.com.
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