Ghosthack – Tesseract – Universal Cinematic Sounds
Ghosthack – Tesseract – Universal Cinematic Sounds – Free Download Sound Effects
For All Cinematic Styles – From Aggressive to Uplifting
Tesseract covers a wide range of different cinematic styles: No matter if you’re looking for some 80s synthwave in the style of Stranger Things, aggressive trailer music, dark horror sound effects or bright uplifting atmosphere, Tesseract has the right sounds for every media production.
Suitable for Filmmakers and Music Producers
We designed Tesseract to be suitable for filmmakers as well as music producers. Filmmakers can use a total of 50 music tracks that are also splitted into their separate parts plus 493 individual sound effects. Music producers can use all these sounds as well: All tonal sounds are key-labeled, all loops are BPM-labeled. The construction kits include separate stems that can be dragged and dropped into your DAW or sampler of choice plus they contain all MIDI files.
12 GB of Content – 1,589 Files
This sound library is the biggest cinematic collection we have released yet. It contains all sorts of universal cinematic sounds: Long Atmospheres (up to 3 minutes), broken drones, FX, impacts, risers, shimmering tones, sinister tones, static sounds, brass, moog bass, piano sounds and strings, braams, organs, bells, trailer drums and hits. You will find even more samples, sounds and full music tracks inside the 50 construction kits.
Includes 50 Construction Kits – Full Music and Single Sounds
What is a construction kit? A Tesseract construction kit includes a full music track that is also splitted into its single parts. So, you can either use the full music track or just pick the sounds and samples that you would like to use in your movie or music production or recompose the whole track to your needs by just drag and dropping the included sound files into your project.
Includes Video Tutorials for Filmmakers and Music Producers
Tesseract is suitable for beginners and advanced producers and also filmmakers. We included two video tutorials: One for filmmakers without musical background as well as one for music producers. Both videos explain how to properly use a construction kit in Premiere Pro and FL Studio.
We explain what a musical key is. Get creative and start layering sounds of the same key or BPM for endless possibilities of sound and stem combinations.