Score FX II brings all new content to the Score FX family plus added instrument phrases and a new spectrum of mood-guided loops and shots to choose from. Score FX II provides sound content creators of varying sound industry backgrounds easy access to quality underscores, fx, rhythms and atmospheres. The concept of this material was designed for tight integration with film score settings—load the content needed to match to video by selecting items through the mood sorted programs—but has broader applications do to the scope of content provided.
The new Score FX II concept sets a different approach to its forerunner and builds the perfect addition to Score FX I. While the first part concentrated on dark and thrilling schemes the second release offers you sounds with a lighter character and even more moods to choose from.
How it works
Score FX II uses a triple-edged approach to content organization for workflow. First off there are 30 construction kits, each kit is comprised of loops which work together to generate a complete ready to use environment for your projects. Secondly there are 3 Categories which house further mood-themed loops, settings and single shots, these groups are:
- Accents: with groups such as hope, worry, warm, tense etc.
- Ambient Beds: with mood textures like careful, innocent, neutral and more.
- Grooves: mood associated rhythms from angry, heavy, worry, sad-shy, to determined and many more.
Thirdly, Score FX II now provides add-on solo riffs and licks. This section includes 134 piano progressions, 84 duduk and sopilka lines, and 109 vocal bits (male, female and child).
Score FX II uses the same logical organization and engine as Score FX I. Liquid takes mood altering options to the extreme with its note-based phrase editing interface. Extend, shrink, pitch-shift and stretch any note within a moods loop.
Score FX II is Produced by Ilya Kaplan and Stan Fomin - Canadian composers and musical sound designers working in the field of TV / film, animation and documentary.