Magesy® R-Evolution™ ⚡(FAST EDiTiON)⚡

  • Riffendium 2 KONTAKT-DECiBEL
    29 September 2020
    Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT

    Riffendium 2 KONTAKT

    Team DECiBEL | 31 Mar 2020 | 6.54 GB

    Heavy Massive Raging Guitars

    RIFFENDIUM SERIES is a themed sample library collection for modern producers and composers. It includes loops of real, modeled, synthesized and designed instruments, resulting in an original palette of inspiring sounds for creators of electronic and organic music. Our second release in this series is a collection of heavy guitar loops which spans from magesy download vintage rock to Djent riffs and anything in between.



    Viewed 4928 By Music Producers.


    • Riffendium 3 KONTAKT-DECiBEL
      29 September 2020
      Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT

      Riffendium 3 KONTAKT

      Team DECiBEL | 31 Mar 2020 | 5.70 GB

      Riffendium 3 – Ambient Guitars

      RIFFENDIUM SERIES is a themed sample library collection for modern producers and composers. It includes loops of real, modeled, synthesized and designed instruments, resulting in an original palette of inspiring sounds for creators of electronic and organic music. The third instalment in this series is a collection of Ambient electric guitar loops which spans from magesy download clean arpeggios techniques to emotive chords and melodies.



      Viewed 10486 By Music Producers.


      • World Colors Bawu v1.0 KONTAKT
        29 September 2020
        Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT

        World Colors Bawu v1.0 KONTAKT

        TALULA | 01.04.2020 | 647 MB

        The bawu is a Chinese wind instrument. Although shaped like a flute, it is actually a free reed instrument, with a single metal reed. It is played in a transverse (horizontal) manner. It has a pure, clarinet-like timbre and its playing technique incorporates the use of much ornamentation, particularly bending tones. The bawu likely originated in the Yunnan province of southwest China, it has become a standard instrument throughout China, used in modern Chinese compositions for traditional instrument ensembles. The instrument is also closely associated with Hmong, Yi, Hani and other minority cultures in southwestern China. It is typically used as a solo instrument, and is often featured in film scores; it is sometimes also heard in popular music recordings. Although the bawu is still predominantly performed in China, it has in recent years been adopted by European composers and performers.



        Viewed 11404 By Music Producers.





MaGeSY®

ಮ್ಯಾಜೆಸ್ಯ್