Ueberschall Announces Cinematic Timeshift
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May 11, 2012
Cinematic Timeshift addresses all categories of dubbing and scoring such as movies, TV, games, websites, installation, advertisement, trailers but also music production. Cinematic Timeshift offers first-class sound effects and atmospheres for large cinematic sounds.The soundscapes and effects of Cinematic Timeshift create mystic and suspense-packed audio experiences. Use these sounds to intensify any picture-related scenario. Create slow evolving and diffuse soundscapes that build up a dense atmospheric background, where you can precisely place highlights using percussive effects. To build a musical background for fast action-rich scenes, you have a choice of impulsive beats with additional reverse-effects for surprising introductions.These samples are not only meant to be used for dubbing and scoring, they will also fit into music productions with cinematic sound flavors easily. Impacts und whooshes are ideal to build breaks in Trance tracks and atmospheric sounds will just fit into your Ambient, Drum & Bass or Dubstep intros.Cinematic Timeshift offers 1.9 GB of content - 706 samples, clearly organized for fast access.Accents – 259 samples, divided into Dark, Disturbing, Mysterious, ScaryBeds – 22 samplesImpacts – 204 sample, divided into Big Room, Medium Room, Small RoomRhythms – 18 samplesTransitions – 163 samples, divided into Fast and SlowWhooshes – 40 samplesUeberschall‘s Elastik-Player is ideally suited for perfect and ultrafast time-stretching of rhythmical samples. In addition, it is an invaluable tool for sound design. Slow down samples to the extreme and alienate sounds by functions like resample, formant, reverse and Elastik-Player‘s efficient multimode filters. Thanks to our key-word based browser, finding specific sounds across all installed libraries, is a matter of seconds. At the same time, Elastik-Player is very efficient on your CPU.Responsible for Cinematic Timeshift are Marc Steinmeier and Ron Paul, who worked for companies such as Universal Music, EMI Electrola and Sony / BMG. They gave many productions and remixes their break in terms of composition and sound design. Special Credits goes to Denis Gökdag / Sourround SFX for his awesome effect programming.1.9 GB, 706 Cinematic Loops and Sampleshttp://www.ueberschall.comGenre: SoundtrackElastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS/StandAloneElastik Player included - no sampler required!
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