ZapZorn Composer Tools, a leading composing resource for those in the music industry, has officially launched their dynamic sample library featuring their first product "ZapZorn Elements," powered by Native Instrument’s Kontakt 5 Player. Elements is ideal for composers, musicians, sound designers and more.
The Elements sound set comes from over 100 tonal objects made from glass, metal, plastic, and wood - meticulously sampled in over 400 performances (like struck, plucked, hand hit, etc.) to give the 1.9 Gb library nearly 4000 multi-velocity samples in 96k/24bit resolution. Unlike similar libraries, Elements allows the user to customize and layer up to 24 of those sounds and puts them down a unique path for editing, mixing, effecting and tweaking – making Elements a one-of-a-kind tool.
"The cool thing about elements is the organic sounds," says Emmy award-winning composer, Danny Pelfrey. “It's fantastically sampled and incredibly clean! It just sounds amazing!”
To celebrate the official launch, ZapZorn is holding a giveaway where one of your readers could get ZapZorn Elements for free. The contest ends Sunday, April 14, 2013. Composers and musicians can enter the contest on ZapZorn’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ZapZornComposerTools and click on the “Enter to Win” tab.