Created by renowned soundtrack composer Davor Devcic, Nordic Noir is a substantial new 3Gb Cinematic Crime, Drama & Action sample library from Zero-G based on, and calling to mind, the great soundtracks from that bleak and beautiful cinematic and TV genre. The sounds from the 32 construction kits have been cleverly created so that they can be interwoven and combined in innumerable ways. There are also extra pads, drum loops, piano and synths.
"I wanted to use my experience working with directors, producers and music supervisors for TV and movies to give you a toolbox of sounds to fit any mood and atmosphere. This library has been created predominantly for motion pictures, so the audio format is 48KHZ/24bit. The samples work in various tempos and the ability to mute and unmute elements of the construction kits allows for a multitude of variables. You will be surprised how you can alter the mood of your composition just by doing those simple tweaks. Be creative - let this library be a good start for your next blockbuster or award-winning TV series." - Davor Devcic, Producer and Author
What you get...
250 Acidized WAV files
250 AIFF Apple Loops
44 Kontakt Instruments
44 EXS24 Instruments
44 HALion Instruments
44 NN-XT Instruments
Nordic Noir is the perfect example of the atmospheric and downbeat music accompanying some of film and TV drama’s most artfully staged scenes of murder, suspense, heartbreak and deceit and it's available now with a 20% intro discount until 12th December 2018!
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