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Zero-G and Xfonic present Extreme Environments, a unique sound design tool that allows you to quickly and easily create dense and complex ambiences, ranging from musical pads through to realistic room tones and extreme sound design.
"This is a sound designer's dream… delivering an endless and interesting array of edgy textures, drones and washes" (Computer Music magazine, UK).
This sound library was created by Si Begg, the same producer who created our highly successful titles Distorted Dancefloors and Electro Glitch Essentials both of which got fantastic reviews in the top pro-audio magazines.
The main feature of Extreme Environments is the Kontakt instrument which combines a state-of-the-art user interface with the loops and impulse responses to give you a highly flexible tool for creating a huge variety of beds, drones, pads and FX. It comes with over 150 presets.
The core of the instrument is the three channels where you can select any one of the 142 loops. For each channel you can then control the pitch, time stretch, amplitude & filter envelopes, saturation and reverb send. All three channels are then mixed together and put through master high pass and low pass filters, then finally a limiter.
The other key part of the instrument is the convolution reverb, which any of the three channels can be sent to. You can choose any one of the 86 bespoke impulse responses, ranging from straightforward to extreme sound design. This adds great depth and atmospheric detail beyond the standard reverbs you might usually come across.
The combination of all these features makes for an almost limitless palette of sound creation. In addition the EXS24 instruments, Apple Loops, Space Designer presets and Channel Strip Settings give Logic Pro X users the option of creating their own combinations of sounds and FX within Logic. Also, the raw audio loops can also be used as building blocks to create your own beds and drones.
Winner of "BEST LIBRARY" in the 2013 Music Tech "GEAR OF THE YEAR AWARDS".
Over 2.3 Gb of incredible hard-hitting sound FX for film and game soundtrack producers.
Cyberstorm was produced by film and games FX supremo Frederic Devanlay. Fred has produced the special effects and atmospheres for some of the best known games and movies and is constantly in demand for his creative talents. The contents of this library prove why. This may well be the hardest hitting sfx library on the planet. Be warned though, the content of this library is not for the faint hearted!! Cyberstorm is a huge toolbox of soundscapes, movements, drones, impacts, weapons, voices, whooshes, hits, servos, explosions, and lots more. It can be used in many different film and game genres especially action, fantasy, science fiction, horror and war as well as for TV soundtracks, advertising, video and EDM. The Cyberstorm concept is all about future robotic warfare with intense mech versus mech combat, close quarters battles and epic futuristic sci-fi action effects. All the weapons of the near future battlefield are utilised from autonomous battlefield robots, main battle tanks, powered infantry to unmanned drones. The library contains 1300 samples in both Acidized Wav and AIFF file format all recorded in stunning 24bit using high fidelity source materials and a large-soundstage production approach. EXS24, Kontakt, HALion and NN-XT instruments are also included for ease of use in adding the sounds to your favourite sampler. Cyberstorm is also available as a boxed DVD version (same content as this download version) which is available from our distributors including Time+Space in the UK.
"A tour-de-force.. Hugely impressive.. We can't fault this library, its large, competitively priced and exceptionally well produced.. Verdict: A meticulously detailed library of superb robotic and futuristic warfare sounds that should be an essential purchase for anyone working on sic-fi action or sic-fi horror projects. 10/10 and awarded the Music Tech Excellence Award." - Music Tech magazine, UK.
"A 1300-strong sound effects library conjuring up a world of battling robots and 'epic futuristic sci-fi', Cyberstorm is a game and movie sound designer's dream. And there's plenty here for musician's too - the drones , explosions and impacts could add welly to any tune, while the creative layering potential of pretty much everything here is immense."- Computer Music, Rated: 9/10.
"In terms of quantity and quality it is impossible to fault the library. Indeed, the quality of the sounds is very impressive with plenty of depth and lots of details that just make them seem very real. These samples are undoubtedly going to appear in a production near you very soon. Highly recommended. Rated FIVE STARS out of 5" - Sound On Sound magazine, UK.
MAXIMUM FORCE Imaging Elements - over 1.5Gb of monumental cinematic audio of stupendous power! Maximum Force has been created by the prodigious talent of a world-class soundtrack and FX producer this library was especially created for projects that require high-impact sound effects (radio station ID, TV promos, bumpers, trailers). All sounds are designed using manipulated field recordings and synthesized sources. Full of awe-inspiring sounds of scope and breadth Maximum Force is the perfect tool for busy post-production facilities, video editors, sound designers, broadcast radio/TV stations and experimental composers. This library is not only for film and games soundtrack creators but is also a goldmine for cutting-edge dance producers who want to add something special to their tracks. The library includes multi-layered imaging elements, impacts, long and short fx, noise, whooshes, lasers, bleeps, tonal sounds and creative soundscapes as well as various loops so you'll find the sound you need without slowing down your workflow. All stereo 24bit 48Khz sounds are Ebu128 loudness normalized and cut in single files to make them easier to use in your audio/video productions. Get Maximum Force and make a huge impact with your sound creation!
"Ear-catching sounds... Could certainly be used in dance and pop production too... If you're after flashy FX and tonal sounds, this represents solid value" - Computer Music magazine, UK.