Futuristic Sounds

Prime Loops releases Sci-Fi Soundscapes sample pack      13/01/15

Futuristic Sounds

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Prime Loops has releasedSci-Fi Soundscapes, a sample pack that they say is ram jammed with seriously epic futuristic sounds. Here's what a spokesperson had to say about it...

"Bold and cinematic synth melodies are complimented by emotive atmospherics and fx. If you're a fan of classic Sci-Fi soundtracks, from films such as Blade Runner or Tron, then you are sure to love this pack.

Sci-Fi Soundscapes is made up of 10 soundtracks, which have been broken down into cinematic construction kits for producers to either drag and drop into their DAW, or twist and tweak to their own taste. Made up of 294 MB of royalty free samples, the loops and samples range in tempo from 80 bpm to 140 bpm. So producers can use the audio from this pack for a variety of different styles. Whether they are producing Trap, EDM, Electronica, Techno, Dubstep, D&B or Electro, there is a plethora of sounds in this pack that can suit their needs.

The music has a very evocative character, painting a variety of pictures; from gloomy dystopias to bleak distant futures to epic dreamscapes! Everything from edgy, tense atmospheres to neon drenched synths, portray these imaginative visions of the future. Overall, this is a great piece of musicality to spruce up productions.

Of course all audio is served up in 24 bit quality and both digital and analogue elements have been carefully intertwined in this pack, making for a sophisticated fusion of the two sources. Add to this a library of polished synthetic textures engineered to shine and cut through mixes and voila – you have Sci-Fi Soundscapes!"

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