Thanks for the sale notice! I definitely was eyeballing this one for a while. Great textures and percussion loop type things in there. The only thing I don't like is anytime there's any "real" instruments in the textures, they're from the aged Kirk Hunter instrument library.
Everything else is great, I've used it tons of times to get that middle-eastern feeling in a few games.
On Tue, Jun 26, 2012 at 9:36 AM, Mark <[address removed]>
A fellow composer in LA told me about the library back in 2009 (when I was thinking about writing more cinematic music), but I never had the funds to pick it up. Then, I forgot about it. On a whim I found my friend's email that recommended the library and decided to look it up. Low and behold it is on sale at 50% off ($275 instead of the usual $549)! I just downloaded and installed it, but I didn't have a chance to play around with it. I'm planning on using it to add texture to my other libraries, but I will know more after I spend a couple of days using it.
I hope this isn't coming across as spam, I don't have any vested interest in Sample Logic. I just remember that I got wind of that screaming deal with Indaba Music back in February from this meetup email list, and I wanted to give something back. So, I decided to pass on this information if anyone else was looking for an affordable cinematic sound library!
Here is the link for more info:
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