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Sequential Signals - Cinematic Cycles

A collection of cinematic sequences aimed at TV and motion picture scoring
Sequential Signals - Cinematic Cycles - A collection of cinematic sequences aimed at TV and motion picture scoring
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$49.95
$49.95
INCLUDED FORMATS:
Acid, EXS24, HALion, WAV, Live, Kontakt, Apple Loops, NNXT
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Note: 20% intro offer ends Friday 29th November 2019



Zero-G Sequential Signals loop library features a collection of cinematic sequences aimed at TV and motion picture scoring, that will fit the genres of action, drama, suspense, sci-fi and more. Game and app sound producers will also find the content useful as a source of inspiration or “out-of-the-box” melodic layers. Explore a plethora of wide, filtered, resonant sounds, rhythmic delay and reverb drenched sequences, ethereal arpeggios, acid melodics, minimal electro synths, snappy plucks, distorted leads, percussive basslines, bells, keys, old school game chirps and more! Use them as themes for your soundtrack, leads for your dance tracks or background motion elements across a variety of styles, there is a lot to choose from!

The sample pack features a total of 500 2-bar loops in tempos of 90, 105 and 120. The content has been recorded in 48KHz and 24-bit resolution. All loops are key labelled, however some loops make ample use of modal scales, so can fit more keys than it may seem at first glance. Additionally, all the loops have been provided as MIDI files, so you can replace the existing loops with your own sounds if you wish. Be sure to link velocity to volume and filter cutoff to make the most out of the MIDI content.

Designed by Adam Pietruszko, sound designer and synth enthusiast, specialising in cinematic sounds, various genres of techno and electronica, the author of acclaimed Zero-G Haunted Ground and Other Worlds libraries.

The samples are provided in both Acidized Wav and AIFF (Apple loops) file format, all recorded in stunning 48 kHz and 24-bit resolution using high fidelity source materials.

EXS24, Kontakt, HALion and NN-XT instruments are also included for ease of use in adding the sounds to your favourite sampler.

Tagged with tempo and key/chord markings where relevant.

All the samples in this library are 100% original and royalty-free for your musical use without any additional licensing fees.

IMPORTANT! Sequential Signals requires the FULL version of Kontakt 3.5 or higher. It will not work with the free Kontakt Player.
Product Details:

Download Size: 1.28 GB


Download Sizes


Version Compressed Download Size
 
NNXT/EXS24/HALion/Kontakt/Apple Loops/Live/WAV/Acid Download includes
  Full Pack:  1.28 GB

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License Agreement


The Following End User License Agreement is included with Sequential Signals - Cinematic Cycles. This License is only valid for the individual who has purchased an unopened, new and lawfully made copy of Sequential Signals - Cinematic Cycles from a dealer or distributor authorized by Big Fish Audio.

"ZERO-G LICENSE AGREEMENT 1. The sound samples included on this product remain the property of Zero-G Limited and are licensed, not sold, to you for use on your sampling software or equipment. 2. A right to use the enclosed sounds is granted to the original end-user of the product (Licensee) and is NOT transferable. 3. The Licensee may modify the sounds. and MAY USE THE SOUNDS FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES WITHIN MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS, subject to section 7 below. 4. This license expressly forbids resale, relicensing, or other distribution of these sound samples, either as they exist on the enclosed discs, or any modification thereof. You cannot assign, lease, lend, rent, upload or download to or from any database or server, or transfer any or all of the sound samples to another user, or use them in any competitive product. 5. Licensor will not be responsible if the sound samples do not fit the particular purpose of the Licensee. The sound samples are licensed 'as is' without warranties of any kind. Neither the Licensor, or any distributor of Licensor's products, can be held responsible for any direct, indirect, or consequential loss arising from the use of any sound samples licensed from Zero-G Limited in whatever form. 6. The Licensee may use these sound samples for Foley and sound FX in TV or movie soundtracks, video game soundtracks, gaming machines, or toys, but Licensee may not re-distribute the sounds as sounds, multi-sounds, samples, multi-samples, programs or patches – meaning the Licensee cannot re-sell them as part of a sound sample library of any kind thereby effectively competing against Zero-G. Note also that use of the sound samples in isolation in video game soundtracks, gaming machines, or toys where they appear in isolation or as sound effects as part of a music game or remixing game is not permitted without first obtaining a separate written License (subject to availability) from Licensor. 7. Use of the sound samples in 'library music' (also known as 'music libraries' or 'production music'), which is intended for commercial exploitation by relicensing to multiple third parties, is permitted PROVIDED that the samples are used within a musical context and are not presented isolated or 'solo-ed'. The sound samples must be used 'in combination' within musical compositions. For such usage, any rhythm loop samples (which Zero-G regards as being musical clips in themselves) must also be combined with other types of samples or sounds to effectively form a new composition, rather than simply being looped in isolation."


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