Ueberschall has announced the immediate availability of “Rock ballads“, their latest 7 GB collection of construction kits and more than 2000 loops. “Rock Ballads” is a great source of inspiration for songwriters and music producers and also an ideal solution for dubbing and advertisement.
Ueberschall Rock Ballads library features 7GB content, containing 2.123 loops. Each of the 20 construction kits offers up to 11 parts, including intro, A-, B- and C-parts as well as breaks and outro. Individual tracks contain acoustic guitars, predominantly double-tracked, electric guitars and basses – all recorded thru real, not simulated, amplifiers. Pianos, keyboards and atmospherical sound effects ensure nice rounding additions.
As in all Ueberschall productions, the drums have been mic‘ed extensively. In addition to a preset drum mix-down for fast use, we added unprocessed individual tracks of the whole drum kit: bass drum, snare drum top/bottom, hi-hats, toms and overheads, allowing to create your individual sound design. Furthermore, we have added percussion elements like shaker and tambourines to a few kits.
Ueberschall‘s Elastik Player is clearly laid out and fast to navigate. All loop names will display tempo informations as well as the base note. This makes browsing the library a breeze. The powerful „élastique pro“ algorithm by zplane allows time stretching and pitch shifting of all loops within seconds, at highest quality and low CPU-strain. All instrument-loops of a Rock Ballad kit can easily be transposed to be used in other construction kits. Likewise, all drums of this production can be exchanged and combined across the complete library.
Since all installed libraries are selected by a single attribute-based browser, there is immediate access to all available loops – very handy for cross-genre music productions. Elastik Player‘s offers plenty ways to alter these loops. With functions such as formant, resample, reverse and a powerful multimode filter, you can easily unfold your creativity.
Ueberschall Rock Ballads Credits
Production: Kai Reuter, Uwe Kinast, Drums, Percussion: Phillipe Candas, Bass: Kai Reuter, Guitars: Kai Reuter
The library costs 149.00 € and can be bought on official store of Ueberschall
Source: Ueberschall Press Release