Cinematic Trailer Hits
344 Audio

Cinematic Trailer Hits

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Cinematic Trailer Hits is our latest Kontakt library with 400+ samples, covering everything from heavy low and mid impacts all the way to high percussion sounds, perfect for creating epic trailer music and effects for your film, tv and video game projects.

Our Audio Craftsmen recorded sounds ranging from explosive drums, metallic hits and impact sounds using sledge hammers, bricks, drums, scrap metal and smaller percussion instruments. We took a variety of recorded samples and layered them with other newly and carefully crafted sounds to give you that larger than life, end of world vibe to your music with a jaw dropping collection of sounds.

Our in house Composers also built a variety of patches which include heavy ‘braams’ and bass, low impacts, reverse fx, risers, pads and several other patches covering low, mid and high frequency spectrums. This gives film composers, music producers ,sound designers and game developers a vast array of options to create epic cinematic rhythms that cover all your needs.

Like our other Kontakt instruments, the 344 Audio user interface includes a variety of controls so that you can manipulate the sounds as needed and the inbuilt Arpeggiator and Step Sequencer allow you to create variations of cinematic rhythms and melodies on the fly.

We have kept the recorded sounds natural and created huge sounds by layering up different recordings maintaining a natural feel to samples. This library contains all impact, percussion and tonal sounds you need to create an epic, mind blowing cinematic trailer, and works especially well when combined with orchestral music.

Note: The full version of Kontakt 5.8.1 or higher is required to use this library.

SPECIFICATIONS

400+ Samples, 14+ Different Patches with Arpeggiator, Step Sequencer and ADSR.

SOUND SOURCES

Drums, metal sheets, different beaters, sledge hammers, bricks and much more.

USABILITY

Perfect for trailer loops, rhythmic tension, electronic music and film scores.