Zero-G Extreme Environments
Zero-G partnered once again with Si Begg to produce Extreme Environments, a new multi-format sound design library.
Extreme Environments gives you the ability to create a wide variety of ambiences, ranging from musical pads to extreme effects, realistic rooms and more.
The 2G+ library is mainly designed for the full version of Kontakt 5.3, with access to 150 presets and a custom GUI in which you will tweak the 142 audio loops on three channels, with pitch, time stretch, filter and amplitude envelopes, convolution reverb with 86 IRs and saturation controls. The three channels are then mixed and sent to the master, which includes high-pass and low-pass filters, and then a limiter.
Zero-G also included instruments for Logic EXS24 and Reason NN-XT, as well as presets for the Space Designer and settings for the Logic Channel Strip ; Logic Pro X is required in this case. If you use another sampler, raw loops are also available.
Extreme Environments is available for $79.99 excl. taxes / 74.95€ incl. taxes at www.zero-g.co.uk.
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