|Product||Abstract Textures SFZ Edition|
No Longer Available
|Type / Tags||TexturesPresets for Alchemy 2|
Abstract Textures is a collection of unique sound sources created by processing sounds captured from both real and digital worlds. These sounds are specifically designed to fit both modern music composition and sound design. All sounds were recorded, edited and processed at higher sample rate (96kHz / 24-bit) and delivered in 44.1kHz / 24-bit. This library provides 30 Core Instruments and 240 Variation Instruments for a total of 270 SFZ Instruments ready to be used. SFZ open format allows you to use this library in a wide range of sample players (both free and commercial) like Alchemy, Sforzando, LinuxSampler and so on.
- 270 SFZ Instruments.
- 270 samples (.WAV – 44.1kHz / 24-bit stereo).
- Very long files for Variations (up to 7.40 minutes).
- Core Samples with embedded loops.
- Variation samples rendered for continuous looping.
- 9.68GB Installed.
- Core Samples Metadata in XLS, CSV and TXT file formats.
Reviewed By Slaapstadseun
March 13, 2018
So I got Audiority Abstract Textures on the $1 sale. The demo sounded good and it looked like a simple tool with which to create long evolving textures and drones.
The purchase process was simple and creating an account with Audiority was painless. The email with the download links and serial info arrived within a few seconds of the purchase. Then came the library download - about 4GB in total. Installation was quick and I was happy to see we can move the library files to a different location, I have a separate hard drive for all my samples and libraries.
The interface of the VST is pretty simple - you can make basic edits very quickly. The plugin comes with about 30 sound sources, each of which has 4 variations. The variations are sometimes quite different form the original, so it would be accurate to say you have 30 x 4 sound sources. The filter and EQ in the VST are great, you can alter the character of the sound with ease. The sounds are all excellent quality and interesting, and the CPU hit is very low. The samples load very quickly. The samples themselves are long and have lots of interesting movement in them.
I tried several instances of Abstract Textures auxed to Dmitri Sches' Tantra and immediately got some wild new sounds.
Abstract Textures truly is a total no-brainer - just get it if you are into ambient or cinematic music. Gotta love these $1 sales!.Read more