New Sample Library Features Features The Pronouncements Of A UK Dominatrix

Dark Side Of The Tune Intros Queen's English      19/10/09

New Sample Library Features Features The Pronouncements Of A UK Dominatrix


Buying Choices

Dark Side Of The Tune, a Seattle, USA based sample library retailer, has introduced their latest "experimental" sample library, Queen's English.

It's one of the more unusual sample libraries introduced in recent memory.

Here's what they have to say about it:

In this spoken sample library, unexpected vernacular contrasts with wholesome British correctness, delivering dramatic audio clips without the licensing hassles from Hollywood.

Drawing on the disciplinary pronouncements of London-based dominatrix Miss T, producers can add new life to composition through urban street jargon, master & slave instruction, retro cookbook text, fetish descriptions, and other miscellaneous sound bites. Tone is bossy, imperious and crisp.

"We focus on the darker sounds of the underground against the bright and shiny music of pop culture," says DSOTT sound designer Shawn Shirey. "Our question authority attitude helps us create modern vibes with a darker tone."

You can preview Queen's English at the Dark Side Of The Tune site. 

Pricing and Availability

Available now for $29.95.

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James Lewin
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