Ethera 2 Soundscapes
October 17, 2017

Zero-G release Ethera Soundscapes V2.0

Supreme sample library veterans Zero-G are back with the second version of their popular Ethera Soundscapes library! This award-winning collection combines stunning male and female voices, synths, and ambient sounds making it a highly useful all-around tool for your cinematic and electronic compositions. It received critical acclaim from critics and customers alike for it’s incredible attention to detail and reasonable price. Here’s what Music Tech and Computer Music magazine had to say…

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May 21, 2015

21st May: New sample library releases

  Big Fish Audio Rock n Indie Songwriter Boom Library are breaking new ground with this new nature recording library. Gordon Hempton ventured out into the wide fields of the American prairie to successfully return with this superb and fascinating sound material.

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January 13, 2015

Alessandro Camnasio on creating Zero-G Sound Designer Collection

Hi Alessandro, could you tell us a little about your own musical background? I started taking piano lessons at the age of ten. Then I soon had the desire to create my own music and sounds and became interested in synthesizers, MIDI and audio technology in general. I was also lucky enough to have an uncle that introduced me to the first personal computer, when I was seven.

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March 24, 2014

Arovane aka Uwe Zahn introduces new sample library ‘Warp Static’

This week brings the release of the latest collection from sample library pioneers Zero-G in the form of Warp Static – a unique library produced by electro-wizard Uwe Zahn, who operates under the artist name ‘Arovane’. The multiformat collection is packed with Uwe’s trademark angular, electronic palettes and timbres, complex, crunching and swarming soundscapes, glitchy, distorted and disjointed sounds and much more. We got in touch with the man himself to…

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September 4, 2013

Dan Graham returns for Zero-G’s latest Kontakt release ‘Perpetuo’

Following the success of Animato, Spiritoso and Luminoso, Dan Graham has joined forces again with Zero-G and XFonic to produce the next library in the series ‘Perpetuo – Live Flute Phrases‘. Performed by a world-class flute and piccolo player from the Liverpool Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and recorded in Liverpool´s famous Parr Street studios, Perpetuo is an 8Gb collection of thousands of live recorded looped phrases designed for use with Kontakt…

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June 27, 2013

We talk to FX supremo Frédéric Devanlay about his new Zero-G sample pack – Cyberstorm

This week sample library pioneers Zero-G have released Cyberstorm – a broad selection of audio FX with a distinctive sci-fi theme, designed for film and video game soundtrack composers. Created by film and games FX supremo, Frédéric Devanlay, who also produced Zero-G’s Deep Impact and Perception, Cyberstorm is all about future robotic warfare and comes packed with drones, impacts, weapons, voices, soundscapes, movements and more – we caught up with the…

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May 16, 2012

Sound designer Roger Grønberg talks about Modular Beats and his love of all things analog

This week sample pioneers Zero-G released their latest sample collection – Modular Beats. Crammed with stand-out beats and kits, no samples or drum machines were used in the making of this library as the sounds and loops were all created using only modular synthesizers and analog monosynths. Roger Grønberg, a sound designer from Norway who specialises in physical modelling and sound invention, reportedly put over 4000 hours of work into…

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March 29, 2012

Dan Graham on the making of Zero-G’s latest sample collection – Luminoso: Live Violin Phrases

Following on from the extremely popular Animato and Spiritoso titles, this week saw the release of the latest collection from sample pioneers Zero-G to form a trilogy of titles dedicated to introducing more realism to sampled instruments. Luminoso: Live Violin Phrases is a 15GB collection of thousands of live recorded 6-bar looped phrases performed by two world-class violinists from the Liverpool Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. We caught up with the library’s…

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