22nd March 2012
Ueberschall has released Chill House, a new Elastik Player-powered sound library that provides the "ultimate sound for the warm-up time and chill-out floor" - authentic and chilled house music which is usable in every production immediately.
Chill House is a mix of pop and avant-garde and can be used in many different areas. Whether music production for the club, scoring for film, game audio, trailer, advertising, website and background music or for documentaries, film, television and multimedia.
The 820 MB sound bank offers everything for the house production: Deep drum grooves and synth patterns, groovy bass lines, chord progressions, atmospheres, percussion and fx sounds. All elements can be easily combined with each other, creating new song ideas "in a jiffy".
Each of the 10 construction kits (454 Loops) contains the main part and also various variation- and breakdown-parts. The speed varies between 120 and 128 BPM. The internal structure as well as additional terms such as "keynote" and "speed" make it really easy to navigate and combine within the library.
The entire sound bank was created for the included Elastik Player, for Mac & Win - AU, VST, RTAS & StandAlone. With its DSP features the Elastik Player offers the most important functions to adjust the delivered material to any desired production.
Responsible for Chill House are Marc Steinmeier and Ron Paul, who worked for companies such as Universal Music, EMI Electrola and Sony / BMG. They gave many tracks and remixes from artists such as LL Cool J, Alicia Keys, George Clinton and Eminem their break in terms of composition and sound design.