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January 09, 2015 1 min read

EarthMoments' Le Slow is a selection of textures, loops and sounds composed as an alternative, cinematic, darkly atmospheric, ambient collection, one that sound designers and film score composers could particularly harness.

Over 400 clips, which can be used at any tempo. While these clips were recorded and composed with a slower, gradual pace in mind, between 70 and 80 BPM, a distinct style is possible once the tempo is as higher tempos.
 
Some of the instruments have been slowed down between 400%-800% from the original recordings, a process that allows incredible intricate detail to be heard. This creates opportunities for all mood-setting atmospheric textures, revealing more details in each instrument.

 
Our in-house studios carrying state-of-the-art analog and digital equipment combined with our passion for quality brings us to produce the best quality samples.
 
These Royalty Free clips are optimised with the closest attention to detail and have been recorded using tube Pre-Amps and Mics on 96 kHz.


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