MAXIMUM FORCE - Imaging Elements (WAV ACID Kontakt EXS24 Reason NN-XT Apple Loops)
Maximum Force has been created by the prodigious talent of a world-class soundtrack and FX producer. It has been especially crafted 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. Not only for film and games soundtrack creators however, this library 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.
So, get Maximum Force and make a huge impact with your sound creation!
All of the samples have been pre-cleared and are 100% original & royalty-free for your musical use without any additional licensing fees.
- 550 Acidized WAV files
- 550 AIFF Apple Loops
- 40 Kontakt Instruments
- 40 EXS24 Instruments
- 40 NN-XT Instruments
For more detailed info on the complete list and descriptions of the contents of Maximum Force Imaging Elements, please take a look at the PDF of Contents.
Download Size (RAR files):
- Part 1: 953 MB
- Part 2: 869 MB
"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
"An eclectic mix of tight FX, impacts, drones, textures and music beds with a crisp finish. An especially useful toolkit for film, media and games composers." - Music Tech Magazine, UK
"Those writing Glitch and IDM, as well as moodier strains of Deep House and Minimal Techno will also find some great sonic ammunition, whilst some of the 'whooshes'; will provide crowd-pleasing ear candy when mixed into more commercial House and Trance Tracks." - Future Music Magazine, UK