It’s been a while since my last blog entry.
But this free set of sound samples inspired me to get back onto the blog to share this find with the internet.
VSTi creator Outpost have released a set of loops which can be downloaded for free. These are created with their Reverse sound virtual instrument REV.
I’ve included a quick audio clip of one of the loops here so that you can get a taste and decide whether this is your thing and worth heading over to their site to download the full set.
Visit here for the download site: Free Audio REV Loop Samples
Here is an incredibly intense piece of music for you to use for free in your media production.
All I ask is that you give me a credit in your work.
This tune is heavily influenced by the 28 days later and kick-ass soundtracks, which is where the cheeky name “Kick Ass Zombies” comes from.
Kick Ass Zombies starts off quiet and haunting. A repeating far away piano riff opens the instrumental piece and is joined by acoustic drums and strummed guitar. Just as you are drifting into the characterful chord progression, the distorted guitar hits you in the face and all hell lets loose as the zombies set chase and you will run for your life.
Definately not for the faint hearted. Listed with caution!
Shadow of the Beast Soundtrack
Check out my remix of the Shadow of the Beast Soundtrack right here. Just click on the player below to listen to the full version of this cover version of the epic video game music. No sign-up or loopholes, here it is ready for your enjoyment.
Credit goes to Dave Whittaker the composer of the original piece. This will bring back memories of that golden gaming era of the commodore Amiga.
Unfortunately you cannot license or use in your productions. It is a cover version of the ‘Shadow of the Beast’ soundtrack from the classic 90s video game. I do not own any rights to the composition at all, and so I am unable to offer it for further use in your own productions. In fact, I’m just hoping Dave Whittaker is okay with me making this remix available for you to listen to (I’m sure he will be, he commented on my youtube video for the music once).
I created this version a few years ago, to see how it would sound using modern and big sample libraries. Suprisingly the original version still holds up well considering it made use of the SID chip on the commodore amiga and took up less size that an average twitter post to store in memory.
See what you think. Check it out here: