Ueberschall says that, the ultimate collection of electronic risers and transitions, Uplifting FX is an ideal source of those essential sounds that build energy as you hit a musical transition. Here's more of what they have to say...
The collection contains 227 samples organized into high energy and medium energy categories and with lengths of 1, 2 4 and 8 bars. All the samples have been recorded at 120 bpm but, with the power of the Elastik playback engine, can easily sync to any project tempo. Equally, while the sample are presented as risers – giving a 'lift' as you hit your transition – Elastik can also easily reverse samples if you want to create the opposite mood. Furthermore the sequence mode in Elastik allows you to change the tempo of different parts of the sound to stretch and adapt it to your project. Whatever transition you need to hit. Uplifting FX provides all the electronic ear candy required to let you do it.
The library is produced for: advertising and game audio, trailer creation, cinema and tv post production, animation, sound design, multimedia presentations and for all the different musical styles and producers looking for analog production fx elements. All sounds are simplistically organized into folders. Loops are enhanced with B.P.M. information and tonal effects are accurately described and assigned to their root keys. You will locate every sample real quick for direct use.
Match to any tempo using Elastik
Ueberschall's Elastik-Player is ideally suited for perfect and ultrafast time-stretching of rhythmical samples and uplifting FX sounds. 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 keyword 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.
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