Zero-G Kocktail Kollection Sample Library (Electronic Download)

Zero-G Kocktail Kollection Sample Library (Electronic Download)

Zero-G Kocktail Kollection Sample Library (Electronic Download)

B&H # ZERO043 MFR # ZERO043
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Product Highlights

  • '50s & '60s Lounge Music
  • 1.3GB
  • 24-Bit Files
  • 990 Acidized WAV Files
  • 660 Stylus-Compatible REX2/RMX Files
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This electronic download of Kocktail Kollection from Zero-G is a collection of lounge samples of the late '50s and early '60s. The construction kits cover a wide range of Lounge styles, from the 1960s sitcom-theme sounds of Flutes and Swingers to the more modern Lounge tip of Ala Brazil, or the '60s disco twist stylin' of Swingin' '60s. All kits feature multi-key versions of each piece and many of the sounds are even offered with the option of spring reverb or dry.

Authentic tools of that era were used whenever possible. Spring reverb, vintage basses with flat-wound strings and mutes, handheld cheapo synths, and vintage guitars and guitar effects from that swingin' time period were used liberally in the creation of this collection. The Kocktail Kollection sample library includes over 1.3GB of 24-bit audio files.

Categories
  • '70s Sequencer Synth Lines
  • Accordion Lix
  • Adrennalinn 2fers
  • Lounge Construction Kitz
  • Guitar Slide Octaves
  • Lounge Atmospherez
  • Lounge Breakz
  • Lounge Drumz
  • Lounge Guitar Chicks
  • Lounge Hitz
  • Lounge Lo Fi Break Fillz
  • Lounge Single Drum Hitz
  • Old Lounge Recordz Mixes
  • Vintage Cheese Lix
  • Vintage Cheesy Synth Sounds
  • Vocal Lix
  • Table of Contents
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    Instrument Types Drums & Percussion
    Orchestral
    Piano&Keyboards
    Sample Formats ACID
    REX/Refill
    StylusRMX
    WAV
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