Zero-G The London Sessions Sample Library (Electronic Download)

Zero-G The London Sessions Sample Library (Electronic Download)

Zero-G The London Sessions Sample Library (Electronic Download)

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Zero-G The London Sessions Sample Library (Electronic Download)

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Product Highlights

  • Soul, Lounge, Funk and Rock
  • Over 5GB
  • 24-Bit Audio Files
  • 1700 Samples
  • Acidized WAV Files
  • AIFF Apple Loops
  • EXS24 Instruments
  • HALion Instruments
  • Kontakt Instruments
  • Reason NN-XT Instruments
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This electronic download of The London Sessions from Zero-G is a collection of 16 unique and new songs stripped into individual tracks and cut into manageable parts, giving you 1700 samples ranging in style from cool retro and soul to lounge, rock, and funk. Played by some of the best session musicians in London, and recorded in Dean Street studio in Soho, The London Sessions sound library has over 5GB of 24-bit high-quality samples.

Note: A full version of Kontakt is required to use Kontakt files within this sample library.

Sounds
Drums, bass, electric and acoustic guitars, piano, organ, and synth are the mainstays of each track, but there are also luscious live strings, loads of percussion, plenty of kicking brass, some woodwind, the odd vibraphone, clarinet, music box, Mellotron, harp, and even some scratches, vocal FX, and mandolin.
File Formats
  • Acidized WAV files
  • AIFF Apple loops
  • EXS24 instruments
  • HALion instruments
  • Kontakt instruments
  • Reason NN-XT instruments
  • Table of Contents
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    Instrument Types Orchestral
    Sample Formats ACID
    AIFF
    EXS
    Halion
    Kontakt/Battery
    NN-XT
    Version Download
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