Zero-G Maximum Force
Zero-G and Xfonic have released Maximum Force, a collection of sounds designed to add impact to cinematic scores.
The collection features multi-layered imaging elements, impacts, long and short FX, noise, whooshes, lasers, bleeps, tonal sounds and soundscapes as well as various loops, Maximum Force is suited for post-production facilities, video editors, sound designers, radio/ TV stations and experimental composers.
The sounds were designed using manipulated field recordings and synthesized sources, and the samples are delivered in Acid Wav and Apple Loops formats plus sampler instruments (Kontakt, NN-XT and EXS24).
All stereo 24-bit 48Khz sounds are Ebu128 loudness normalized and cut in single files to use in your audio/video productions.
- 550 Acidized WAV files
- 550 AIFF Apple Loops
- 40 Kontakt Instruments
- 40 EXS24 Instruments
- 40 NN-XT Instruments
RRP: £60.95 / €78.95
Check out www.zero-g.co.uk/index.cfm?articleid=1114 for more details.
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