You love creating unique sound and expressing your very own style through your individual soundscapes? You’ve visited so many murky places in your imagination but you’re still lacking the suitable audio? You’re lucky – this one’s for you: The CINEMATIC DARKNESS CONSTRUCTION KIT delivers you high-quality source sounds which have only been waiting to fall into your creative hands. This collection is the ideal tool kit for any dark scene you can think of in a trailer, movie, presentation or game – these sounds cut a memorable figure.
This collection bursts at the seams: more than 1.950 brilliant HD sounds of all kinds of gloomy madness. CINEMATIC DARKNESS puts the power in your hands: noise terror in the form of BASS DROPS, BLASTS, DRONES, GLITCHES, IMPACTS, RISERS, SCREAMS, STUTTERS, TENSION and WHOOSHES is right within your reach. We created these sounds by means of genuine analog devices to deliver you real sound treasures. We made use of some really rare and vinatge devices such as the Ampex AG-440 analog tape recorder from 1969, the NED Synclavier, Yamaha CS-60, Rhodes Chroma, E-Mu Emulator II, – just to mention a few of them. On the side of compressors, filters and fx, we used the Lexicon 224 Reverb, Publison Infernal Machine 90, Rockruepel Comp 1 which was limited to 50 pcs worldwide, Eventide H8000FW and many more to design the unique sound we had in mind. Treat those sounds with your own kind of dark character and grow into excellence.
All of the recordings are delivered in 96 kHz, 24-bit, giving you the best quality for heavy editing, pitching, and fx processing while keeping a top notch level of clarity and precision. To provide you with the fastest and easiest workflow possible all files contain extensive metadata. Use this library as a stand-alone or combine it with one of our other CINEMATIC libraries to have even more flexibility: TRAILERS, METAL or HITS are full of breathtaking SFX.
- Library ships in 96kHz/24bit High Definition Audio
- 10+ GB, 325+ files, 6 variations per file
- Analog processing
- Effective workflow: well-grounded Soundminer Metadata