Glitchy, Threatening And Abstract Soundscapes

Precisionsound releases Exosphere in WAV, Kontakt and HALion formats      14/02/12

Glitchy, Threatening And Abstract Soundscapes


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Precisionsound has released Exosphere, which they describe as a library of glitchy, threatening, and abstract soundscapes for film, game, and multimedia sound design and music production.
Precisionsound tells us that Exosphere features corrosive textures, unstable machines, electronic ambiences, and twisted voices. Each soundscape is over one minute in length, and loops seamlessly.
Exosphere contains:
  • 50 stereo 48khz 24-bit WAV files
  • Over 55 minutes of audio
  • 1 program for all versions of Steinberg HALion
  • 1 program for NI Kontakt 1 and 2
  • 1 program with scripted GUI for NI Kontakt 3 and above (not compatible with free Kontakt Player)
The files in Exosphere are intended primarily to be placed directly on the timeline of a DAW or video editor, such as Cubase/Nuendo, Sonar, Vegas, Pro Tools, Logic, etc. The included sampler programs are for easy auditioning of sounds. The program for Kontakt 3 and above displays the name of the played file on the GUI when you press a key.
All sampler formats are included.
Pricing and Availability:
Exosphere costs $29 (+$11 if you want it on DVD) More information:

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