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Sample Logic releases The Elements


Sample Logic has released The Elements, a 14GB sample library for Kontakt 2.

The library is packed with deadly, ear scraping ambiance to serene melodic choirs; glitched out distorted beats to funky harmonic guitar licks; woofed out basses to spine bending transitional impacts; traditional brass ensembles to psychedelic spirals of exotic colors.

Sample Logic The ElementsSample Logic The Elements, powered by Kontakt Player 2

The Elements features

  • Over 1700 instruments in 6 intuitive elements
    • 456 Ambience patches
    • 122 Bass patches
    • 138 Harmony patches
    • 391 Impacts patches
    • 354 Melody patches
    • 227 Rhythm patches
  • Kontakt Player 2 included (also loads in full Kontakt 2 version)

The Elements is available for Windows and Mac OSX (VST/DXI/AU/RTAS/Stand-alone), and costs $299 USD. You will also receive a $10 USD gift card on any Nine Volt Audio product, and a free 3 month downloadable subscription to Virtual Instruments Magazine.

Visit Sample Logic for more information and audio demos.

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Audio Legend

No matter how you look at it, Sample Logic’s products service a wide audience since they offer variety. I see that as a benefit. I don’t want a one dimensional library, rather, I want a tool that can be used down the stretch. Let’s not forget it’s cheaper than most of the other libraries out there, which sell for closer to $500.00. Who cares what types of libraries these companies make. It’s their prerogative. Obviously there are people who want them otherwise they wouldn’t keep making them.

Mathew Goldman
Mathew Goldman

Great additions to an already great product!!!

Chris Steinson
Chris Steinson

I was a bit skeptical at first but I picked up a copy and must say the demo tracks are jsut a small hint of this massive library, great job Sample Logic!

digital lofi
digital lofi

That’s what I’m saying. They keep making these huge sample sets that seem marketed at people who are looking for a one-stop-fits-all (to mix a metaphor) sample library, and I just wonder how many of these buyers there really are. Most people who are going to look at this are users who already have all of these sounds well covered, and are probably more interested in specific instruments. Having to sort through 100s upon 100s of presets, no matter how well organized, is not a great trade-off. So what they’re doing to their customer is making us shell out for… Read more »

digital lofi
digital lofi

It’s an interesting idea for a multi-sample collection, and I’m sure there’s lots of cool useful sounds, but, jeeze, $300? Who buys this stuff? What kind of market is there for these specialized, huge and expensive sample libraries? The perks are an interesting touch – Virtual Instruments Magazine, how was I not aware of this?