0

Your Cart is Empty

June 01, 2015 1 min read

 


EarthMoments presents Basement Ensemble - a unique collection of mallets, percussion and acoustic textures recorded entirely on acoustic instruments. The bundle showcases an eclectic selection of high quality samples that are experimental in sound and timbre, but created with familiar patterns and rhythmic textures that make them easy to integrate into any production.

These high quality samples have been recorded at 96kHz using Class A preamps and Tube microphones at the EarthMoments studios, while others have been recorded in vast open spaces and concert halls around the world to capture the resonance and unique timbre of each individual instrument. The innovative loops and sounds draw on a variety of acoustic instrumentation including the glockenspiel, gongs,vibraphones, bells, marimbas, the cowbell, African metal sticks and more – recorded across India, Africa, and other remote corners of the globe. The bundle as a whole has been tailor made to fit a vast variety of genres and production styles – from acoustic to electronic, experimental to ambient.
 

 



Also in Blog

Sultan Qanun - World Strings Series
Sultan Qanun - World Strings Series

February 15, 2019 1 min read

From the Ottoman Empire to Persia and beyond, the Qanun is a stringed instrument with a classic look and sound.

EarthMoments presents the Sultan Qanun bundle, a truly majestic instrument.
Into The Esoteric: Unveiling The World of Oriental Percussion
Into The Esoteric: Unveiling The World of Oriental Percussion

September 15, 2017 2 min read

To journey into the realm of Middle Eastern music is to unveil a tradition that is inextricably linked to religion - a uniting factor that brought together people of several different countries, languages and cultures.
Hamsa Vol. 02 - Arabic Percussion
Hamsa Vol. 02 - Arabic Percussion

July 20, 2017 1 min read

EarthMoments presents Hamsa Vol. 02 - Arabic Percussion - a collection of Oriental percussion and grooves from distant corners of the Middle East, North Africa, and Arabic musical traditions.

Subscribe

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue we'll assume that you are understand this. Learn more
Accept