Producer Loops says that Symphonic Series Vol 6: Dark Fairy Tales expands on the series with five original compositions supplied in Construction Kit format. They tell us that, weighing in at a staggering 5 GB of uncompressed content, you'll find pristine quality audio and MIDI loops in a variety of tempo and key tagged formats, as well as OMF arrangements for your sequencer.
A spokesperson told us, "Composer Sergei Stern takes you on a journey into enchanted realms with Symphonic Series Vol 6: Dark Fairy Tales. From the dark and sinister to the quirky and whimsical, you'll find no shortage of material to inspire your next Orchestral composition in this expertly composed and produced pack. All of the amazing live instruments found in a symphony orchestra are included in this epic pack, alongside percussions.
This is not just an immensely useful and inspirational tool for soundtrack, game and film composers, it goes far beyond this and is useful for producers of all styles. For example, anyone wanting to add some epic sound to their music will find outstanding inspiration here.
Hip Hop producers and Dance producers can import the OMF files into their favourite DAW or sequencer, find a hot spot, then set the locators and start working on a beat. Ambient artists may want to loop a woodwind section, pitch it down at least 2 octaves and start mixing this with time-stretched double bass notes. The possibilities are limited only by your own imagination. If in doubt, download the free pack to play around with some of the loops before you buy."
About Sergei Stern:
Sergei Stern is a classically-trained Russian born composer with a degree in classical composition and music for film. He creates music for multi-media and film.
Pricing and Availability:
Symphonic Series Vol 6: Dark Fairy Tales is available for instant download for £49.95 / 58,44 EUR / $64.57 USD.
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