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Komorebi Audio Suburban Nostalgia [WAV]

Komorebi Audio Suburban Nostalgia
DISCOVER | 23 June 2020 | 691 MB
Suburban Nostalgia - Orchestral OST Samples is a tear jerking sample pack filled with nostalgic string sections, clean cello stems and heart wrenching piano compositions.

The pack contains over 700mb of cutting edge recordings, created and recorded by one of the rising stars of sound design, Harry Robinson. This is his fourth sample pack for Komorebi Audio, his previous sample packs “Anime Soundtrack Strings and Keys” and “Afterglow Hip Hop” went on to be some of our best selling sample packs.

In total this pack contains 20 unique orchestral ensembles and their stems. The loops are broken down into, full ensemble, full piano, string ensemble and a huge variety of single instrument layers.

Inspired by throwback films such as American Beauty, Donnie Darko, Magnolia, Requiem for a Dream and Lost in Translation, This sample pack aims to capture the warmth, glow and emotion of the 90's and early 2000's cinema. Soft and expressive piano loops intertwine beautifully with crescendoing bowed strings and expressive cello swells.

Suburban Nostalgia - Orchestral OST Samples is filled to the brim with 100% royalty-free loops and one shots that are expertly key tagged, tempo synced and mixed to perfection for ease of use and to give your productions a warm and nostalgic feel. All files are provided in 24-bit WAV format.

Product Specifications

  • Format: (.WAVs)
  • 020 x Full Orchestral Loops
  • 060 x Piano Stem Loops
  • 020 x Piano Ensemble Loops
  • 020 x Cello Ensemble Loops
  • 060 x Cello Stem Loops
  • 180 x Individual (.WAVs) (.Loops/Samples) Files In Total
  • Key And Tempo-Labelled
  • 44.1kHz/24-Bit High Quality
  • Compatible With All DAWs
  • PC & Mac Compatible
  • 100% Royalty-Free


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RATING
+4
Genre
Cinematic, Ambient or ChillOut

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