Expand your sound palette with 77 uniquely crafted drones, ambient pads and futuristic textures for your next epic Sci-Fi production. Great care has been put into creating these complex and evolving drones, pads and textures that are perfectly suited to set the tone of your apocalyptic sci-fi worlds. Whether you want to create moments of disturbance, mystery and tension or if you just need evocative backgrounds to build dystopian worlds, futuristic spaces or ship interiors, this collection has you covered. These sounds will be of great help if you need abstract sound layers to design pulsating force fields, futuristic machinery or the sonification of data transmission.
The TONAL ELEMENTS series has a heavy focus on creative sound design. It features assets that can fall anywhere between the classic definitions of a musical element or a typical hard effect aka. sound effect. They might be of rhythmical or sustained nature, they can be atonal or of tonal character, or even fall into the category of noise-like. In a media production, these elements always complete an important task, and that is to convey an emotion or help to tell the story, without being to obvious in the foreground, hence distracting the listener. Any Sound Designer should make use of these powerful tools, as they can make all of a difference when it comes to setting the right mood or triggering the right emotion at the right moment. These elements typically fall into categories like: Ambient Pads, Drones, Risers, Downers, Impacts, Stingers, Textures, Whooshes, etc..
This library is a hybrid production that consists of recorded organic sources and content that was synthesized and tailored from the ground up. For the organic sources I used recordings made with contact mics and geophones, as well as regular close-up and ambience recordings. For the synthetic sources, I used lots of different hardware and software synths and other tone generators.
Tags: Systematic Sound, Tonal Elements, Cinematic, Designed, Synth Bass, Brass, Noise, Growl, Grump, Buzz, Hum, Roar, Drone, Pad, Dark, Omnious, Tension, Mysterious, Apocalyptic, Claustrophobic, Strange, Spooky, Cold, Empty, Threatening, Ethereal, Evolving, Warping, Sci-Fi, Horror, Thriller, Futuristic.
Tonal Elements: Obscurum – Dark Drones
Product Specs for Tonal Elements: Atrox – Horror & Tension Drones
|Product Specs:||Tonal Elements: High Tech Soul - Evolving Pads & Sci-Fi Textures|
|Audio Files / Sounds:||77 / 77|
|File Size:||9,2 GB|
|Minutes of audio provided:||275 min|
|Sample Rate / Bit Rate:||96 kHz / 24 bit|
|Documentation: Metadata sheets are delivered in four different formats for your convenience:||- Tonal Elements - TE_HighTechSoul_EvolvingPads_ScifiTextures.txt (tab-stopp separated text document to open and edit the metadata in an external programs like Excel or import as a new database into Soundminer or Basehead).
- Tonal Elements - TE_HighTechSoul_EvolvingPads_ScifiTextures.xls, TE_HighTechSoul_EvolvingPads_ScifiTextures.xlsx (Excel, Win & OSX).
- Tonal Elements - TE_HighTechSoul_EvolvingPads_ScifiTextures.numbers (Numbers, OSX).
- Tonal Elements - TE_HighTechSoul_EvolvingPads_ScifiTextures.csv (CSV, for further compatibility).
|Additional Notes:||Your download package contains all audio files in lossless .wav-format and a docs-folder with the metadata sheets, a EULA and the readme file.
This Product is UCS compatible. All metadata and file naming has been changed regarding that standard. Filenames are build of CatID_FXname_VendorID_LibraryID.
If possible, all sounds are been sorted by the new CatID conventions. A VendorCatID is only used if further differentiation is required. The newly added UserCatID is an iXML-field, that can be used by each customer.
|Version History:||1.0 - Initial release.|