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Toontrack releases Ambient EZmix Pack for EZmix 2

February 18, 2014
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Toontrack is proud to announce the release of the Ambient EZmix Pack, an expansion for the widely popular multi-effect mix tool EZmix 2.

The Ambient EZmix Pack features a collection of settings specifically aimed at creating large, reverberant soundscapes. A creative toolbox, perfect for use in atmospheric compositions spanning anything from motion picture scores to modern pop and a wide array of other musical contexts.

It comes complete with ready-made amp/cab simulation settings for guitar and bass, including deep textures of bit crushed reverbs, bouncing delays and tremolos. Also, in addition to its settings tailored for vocals and drums, the Ambient EZmix Pack comes with a selection of signal chains designed to work on any melodic instrument – be it piano, organ, flute or guitar. But of course – any setting can be applied on whatever audio source you may have. A richly saturated guitar preset might just be the perfect fit for your piano. Or a daunting, backward vocal effect may very well be exactly what you wanted for your bass drum. It's just a matter of picking, choosing and being creative.

Sweeping pads, flanged reverbs, slow, dwindling echoes – this truly is an inspiring set of tools that will add an instant new layer of creativity to any colorful, emotive or artistic expression.

Find more information and audio demos here:
http://www.toontrack.com/products.asp?item=237

What is EZmix 2?
EZmix 2 is a preset based multi-effect mixing tool that lets you assign pro-designed audio processing signal chains to any audio source. Be it guitar, bass, vocals or drums – with EZmix 2 you'll make great sounding mixes in no time!

What is an EZmix Pack?
EZmix Packs expand the core content in EZmix 2 with new settings. The selection is continuously growing and currently includes material by several Grammy Award-winning engineers, packs for mastering, vocals, guitar and bass as well as those for specific genres or common mix issues.
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