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Zenhiser releases Movie Impacts

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Zenhiser Movie Impacts

Zenhiser has announced the release of Movie Impacts, a Zen FX series sample library.

Zenhiser’s back with another thought evoking collection of sound fx for Music, Film, TV & Games.

This time we’re delving into Movie Impact FX whist going deeper and further than ever before. Comprising of multiple sections, dedicated to specific impact fx this sample pack is a wealth of sonic perfection, with just over 490 perfectly crafted Movie Impact FX you will be amazed at just how big this fx collection is.

Every fx sound has been designed from the ground up and delivers that high end quality you know & would expect from Zenhiser.

The sample pack costs $50 AUD.

More information: Zenhiser / Movie Impacts

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The Unfinished releases Zebra Continuum

The Unfinished Zebra Continuum

The Unfinished has released Zebra Continuum, a soundset for the Zebra 2 software synthesizer by u-he.

Zebra Continuum is a collection of 150 organic, analogue-inspired sounds, aimed at hybrid film scoring and deep electronica. It’s full of patches that will add depth, space, movement and vibrancy to your tracks. Searing basslines, subtle pads, lush leads, deep basses, eerie soundscapes and kinetic synth percussion sequences.

Each patch has instant playability dialled into it via both the modwheel and the four XY pads. So, you can quickly control the filter, tone, envelope, effects and more of each sound on-the-fly.

Zebra Continuum costs £19.99 GBP.

More information: The Unfinished / Zebra Continuum

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Time+Space intros Cyberstorm by Zero-G

Time+Space has introduced Cyberstorm, a sample collection in collaboration with Frédéric Devanlay, featuring a huge toolbox of soundscapes, movements, drones, impacts, weapons, voices, whooshes, hits, servos, explosions, and more.

Zero-G Cyberstorm

These hard hitting sound FX focus on futuristic robotic warfare with intense mech versus mech combat, close quarters battles and epic futuristic sci-fi action effects. All the weapons of the near future battlefield are utilised from autonomous battlefield robots and main battle tanks to powered infantry and unmanned drones.

Frédéric Devanlay, who also produced Zero-G’s Deep Impact and Perception sample collections, has been creating sound FX since the early 1990s with video game credits such as Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow, Ghost Recon Advanced War Fights and Far Cry 2 as well as movies including the Franco-Mexican production Days of Grace.

Available in multiple formats, Cyberstorm’s powerful and dramatic sounds will transform your action, fantasy, science fiction, horror and war-themed soundtracks with all the sounds you need to create your own robotic machines and compelling futuristic battle scenes.

Make electronic music? Cyberstorm offers numerous possibilities for adding a unique futuristic twist to your tracks – download the free taster pack and give it a try!

Cyberstorm is available now as a DVD or download, priced RRP £60.95 GBP/74.95 EUR/$95.95 USD.

More information: Time+Space

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Hot Music Factory releases Cinematic Trax: Hero

Hot Music Factory Cinematic Trax Hero

Hot Music Factory has introduced Cinematic Trax: Hero, a collection of 3 heroic styled movie music Construction Kits that contain many elements from some of the top television and movie scores.

These kits are inspired by scores to films such as Superman, X-Men, Halo Reach, Iron Man and more.

This pack includes separated instruments as well as MIDI files. Give your production that heroic feel it needs with these cinematic inspired construction kits.

All parts are separated including strings, horns, piano, snares, bells, cymbals, big drums, toms and more.

Cinematic Trax: Hero features

  • 24-Bit WAV and MIDI Files.
  • Keys and tempos are included.
  • All files provided as Royalty-Free.
  • Kits in the film score styles of Iron Man, X-Men, Man of Steel and more.

The sound library costs $19.99 USD.

More information: Hot Music Factory / Cinematic Trax: Hero

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Singomakers releases Epic Movie Themes 2

Singomakers Epic Movie Themes 2

Singomakers has launched Epic Movie Themes 2, a sound library by Alexander Antonovsky aka Damasko.

OVER 2.5 GB of TOTALLY EPIC THEMES which are ready to be used in your tracks! Available as WAV, MIDI and Apple Loops! All of you have heard similar hypnotic themes in such cult movies like Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, Inception, The Matrix, Lord Of The Rings, Harry Potter, TRON and a lot more.

If you need some inspiring Action, Horror or Lyrical melodies for your music, then “Epic Movie Themes 2″ pack includes a truly original set of amazing themes. Suitable for Dubstep, Ambient, Lounge, Breakbeat, Trip Hop, Drum and Bass, House, Techno, Deep House and all forms of modern musical experimentation.

The sound pack costs £24.95 GBP.

More information: Singomakers / Epic Movie Themes 2

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Arturia releases Hollywood Essentials expansion for Spark

Arturia Spark Hollywood Essentials

Arturia has announced the release of Hollywood Essentials, an expansion sound library for the Spark Creative Drum Machine.

Spark Hollywood Essentials brings an amazing library of film score tools to the Spark Engine. Designed by three of Hollywoods top sound designers, Larry Hopkins, Alan Howarth, and Mark Mangini, these sounds, kits and patterns will open up many new potential avenues for any genre of music.

Featuring a library of 30 kits with 480 instruments and 960 patterns that range from field recordings, to incredible sound scapes and percussion ensembles worthy of a major motion picture Hollywood block buster.

Sparks organic realtime workflow allows you to take advantage of this suite of sounds perfect for scoring a film and allows you to easily apply them to any genre of music production.

Spark Hollywood Essentials is available to purchase for $29 USD / 29 EUR. Requires Spark version 1.5 or greater (not compatible with “Spark Vintage”, “Spark Dubstep” or any other version of Spark dedicated to a specific musical genre).

More information: Arturia / Hollywood Essentials

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The Unfinished releases Omnisphere Horizon II

The Unfinished Omnisphere Horizon II

The Unfinished has released Omnisphere Horizon II, a collection of 128 patches for Spectrasonics’ Omnisphere aimed at electronic/hybrid film scoring and atmospheric electronica.

In Horizon II you will find deep, punchy basslines; pulsing, thrilling synth sequences; evolving, driving percussion loops; lush, detailed pads and soundscapes; plus growling basses, emotional pianos and epic impacts.

This comprehensive and immersive collection is designed to be a ‘go to’ resource for soundtrack and electronica projects, whether you’re looking to add depth to an existing track or kickstart some brand new ideas. The scope of the 128 sounds in Horizon II is wide enough to write whole cues without using any other synths or libraries; and all the sounds have programmed with immediate, flexible and dynamic control dialled into the modwheel function.

Horizon II builds on the dark, dynamic underscore nature of Horizon, adding a number of ‘lighter’ more ethereal sounds in the spirit of composers/producers such as Cliff Martinez, Brian Eno and Thomas Newman. If you need fresh, new sounds for your film, game or media project, then Horizon II is an essential bit of kit.

The original Horizon is already being used in films, TV series and games soundtracks around the world.

Omnisphere Horizon II is available to purchase for £19.99 GBP. A free ‘taster pack’ of 15 sounds from the collection can be download for free.

More information: The Unfinished / Omnisphere Horizon II

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