Zero-G SoundSense Elektrolytic
Elektroytic is the second sample library by Ian Boddy in the Zero-G SoundSense series.
The programmer of many sample libraries including Ambient I & II, Malice in Wonderland, Morphology and Outer Limits Boddy is well known for his imaginative and unusual sound design skills.
There are 250 "drum" loops at 100, 120 & 140 BPM categorised into 4 sections ( Drum, FX, Lo-Fi/Glitch & Percussion ) as well as 250 hits & one-shot samples categorised into 3 sections ( Ambient One Shots, FX Hits & Percussives ). Furthermore all the 250 loops are provided in Rex2 format for maximum programming flexibilty in your own compositions.
The sounds themselves have been treated and mangled with a huge array of effects and editing techniques. These include beat synced filtering, phasing & flanging as well as lo-fi treatments such as extreme distortion and bit crushing. Further exotic manglings are provided using things such as spectral analysis, granular resynthesis & textural morphing.
This library comes in multiple formats which include:
AIFF Apple Loops
- 500 Acidized WAV files
- 500 AIFF Apple Loop files
- 250 REX2 files
- 500Mb of sounds
- Drum & Percussion Loops
- FX Loops
- Lo-Fi Loops
- Ambient OneShots
- FX Hits
- Percussive Hits
- Glitch Loops
- ...and more
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