Sample Foundry Cinematic Piano Elements WAV MiDi-DISCOVER
Sample Foundry Cinematic Piano Elements WAV MiDi-DISCOVER
DISCOVER | May 02 2016 | 584MB

This incredibly diverse collection of Cinema-Style Piano Melodies, chord structures and musical textures is lovingly crafted to provide beautiful inspiration to producers of all types. Whether you’re scoring movies and television shows or looking for the perfect piano line for your progressive, ambient, or new age tune, these MIDI files offer evocative melodies that span the full spectrum of human emotion.


Containing 144 piano MIDI melodies, each 16 or 32 bar melody was composed, performed, and recorded (rather than programmed) by a full-time professional pianist to deliver an organic, natural sound. Every element of each melody has been BPM and key labelled so mixing and matching is easy.

Inspired and influenced by the works of Hans Zimmer, John Barry, Trent Reznor, Thomas Newman, Ludovico Einaudi and many others.

......:::::: Royalty-Free ::::::......
All of the Samples and MIDI files in this product are 100% Royalty-Free, so once purchased, you can use these sounds in your commercial releases without having to pay any hidden costs.

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• Format: WAV & MIDI
• 144 MIDI Files
• 144 WAV Files
• Bonus Content (WAV & MIDI)
• 100% Royalty-Free
• Genre(s): Cinematic, Soundtrack, Scoring, New Age, Progressive, Trance

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