Crime Fundamentals 2 Cinematic Soundset Released: Rumbling Basses, Emotional Pads & More

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Friday, 25 February 2022
  • Time to read: 3 min.

Crime Fundamentals 2, the cinematic soundset for u-he Zebra 2, is now available. This new release from Whatabaudio offers rumbling basses, emotional pads, driving pulses and tickies next to suspenseful swells and effects – ready for production right out of the box.

Whether you’re scoring Crime Thrillers or Horror movies Crime Fundamentals 2 will give you the edge in modern soundtrack production.

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Crime Fundamentals 2 Cinematic Soundset Released: Rumbling Basses, Emotional Pads & More

Designed with The Crime Drama

Crime dramas are some of the most intense and suspenseful movies around, and with Crime Fundamentals 2, you can bring that same level of intensity to your own soundtracks. This cinematic soundset offers a range of sounds that are perfect for Crime Thrillers and Horror movies, from rumbling basses to emotional pads.

With Crime Fundamentals 2, you’ll have everything you need to create modern soundtracks that will keep your audience on the edge of their seats.

Crime Fundamentals 2 adds rumbling basses, emotional pads, driving pulses, and tickies to the mix alongside suspenseful rises and effects – all ready for production out of the box.

Whatabaudio’s Crime Fundamentals 2 is the second installment (Crime Fundamentals) in its Crime Fundamentals series. The collection builds on the original library’s dark and suspenseful atmosphere while also introducing new categories such as thrilling bends, Hollywood guitars, or gritty tonal hits.

Crime Fundamentals 2 moves at a quick pace with a strong showing of driving pulses and tickies, thrilling swells, and effects. In crime and thriller soundtracks and documentary scores, the soundtrack continues to maintain up the pace in Crime Fundamentals 2.

Crime Fundamentals 2 is inspired by stirring soundtracks like Young Wallander (Matti Bye), The Sinner (Ronit Kirchman), or Deadwind (Juri Sepp) but is also real-world tested with Andreas Moisa’s scoring work for Germany’s biggest crime-drama series SOKO Leipzig.

Crime Fundamentals 2 revisits the dark and suspenseful atmosphere of the original Crime Fundamentals soundset, adding new categories such as thrilling bends, cinematic guitars, and gritty tonal hits.

Crime Fundamentals 2 continues the dramatic and action soundtracks, but it also maintains the tempo in crime and thriller soundtracks. It has a strong showing of driving pulses and tickings, as well as exciting swells and effects.

A crime show or thriller movie requires a wide range of styles and sentiments. Each of these things, taken alone, might not be enough. But when they’re combined in a meaningful way—as the author intended—these components provide the story with texture and depth. Furthermore, there’s a mystery, suspense, tension, sadness, despair, hope, and comfort.

In a race against time, there’s murder, investigation, suspicion, interrogation, action, drama, and the always ticking clock, composing the vibe with ease with Crime Fundamentals 2.

Simplicity Is Key

Crime Fundamentals 2, a complementary set of tools to cover all aspects of your work as a film composer, which is similar to its predecessor. Deep, thumb basses, emotional and glassy pads, simple and effective pulses and ticks, dark drones, quirky keys, and a wide range of useful effects and swells are all part of the mix.

As a film composer, you know that creating a great soundtrack requires a wide range of sounds. Crime Fundamentals 2 gives you everything you need to create modern soundtracks that will keep your audience on the edge of their seats. With rumbling basses, emotional pads, and driving pulses, Crime Fundamentals 2 will help you create suspenseful soundtracks that are perfect for Crime Thrillers and Horror movies

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