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Nu Metal

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Vollgepowerte, dynamische construction kits von einer 1 min Länge (A+B Teile in einzelnen Parts),
- ausgiebige live drum loops & breaks
- vocals
- 7 string bässe
- guitar riffs (+ breaks)
- guitar fx.

Für professionelle monster Produktionen im Style von Korn, Soulfly, Linkin Park, Papa Roach,..
Alle sounds im WAV Format

NU METAL ROCKS YOU!!!


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Flag ENspaceMusic Tech Magazine 7/2003


Nu Metal is a two-CD (audio and .wav file) collection put together by Ueberschall. If the only metal you're familiar with is the heavy kind, yo'll doubtless be confused by new alloys such as death, speed, and nu metal. As far as the latter is concerned, we're still very much in the area of guitar-led, distortion-fuelled music, but the tempos are slightly lower and there's considerably more emphasis on experimentation, with bands often featuring DJs, multiple vocalists and non-guitar-based musicians. 
All of the above is reflected in this collection. Far from simply presenting one high-octane guitar riff after another, it offers some genuinely innovative material from every instrument in the typical nu metal line up and a few untypical ones. There's a distinct live feel about many of these recordings and some virtuoso performances. However, I think you have to question who this collection is aimed at: few nu metal outfits will be content using guitar samples rather than the real thing. That said, if you could find a way of accommodating this you could be well on the way to creating something new. Review: Nu Metal  Music Tech Magazine 7/2003Nu Metal is a two-CD (audio and .wav file) collection put together by Ueberschall. If the only metal you're familiar with is the heavy kind, yo'll doubtless be confused by new alloys such as death, speed, and nu metal. As far as the latter is concerned, we're still very much in the area of guitar-led, distortion-fuelled music, but the tempos are slightly lower and there's considerably more emphasis on experimentation, with bands often featuring DJs, multiple vocalists and non-guitar-based musicians. 
All of the above is reflected in this collection. Far from simply presenting one high-octane guitar riff after another, it offers some genuinely innovative material from every instrument in the typical nu metal line up and a few untypical ones. There's a distinct live feel about many of these recordings and some virtuoso performances. However, I think you have to question who this collection is aimed at: few nu metal outfits will be content using guitar samples rather than the real thing. That said, if you could find a way of accommodating this you could be well on the way to creating something new.

Flag ENspaceSound on Sound 9/03


If you need to conjure up something on the darker side of modern rock (think Korn or Papa Roach), then Ueberschall's Nu Metal might be just what you are looking for. The title is distributed by Time + Space and is supplied as a two-CD set, with CD1 in audio format and CD2 containing the same material as Acidised WAV files. I used the latter for the purposes of review. The material is organised into eight construction kits plus additional folders containing drum loops, drum breaks, bass guitars, distorted guitars, guitar FX, break kits and acoustic guitars. With some 650MB spread over nearly 600 loops, there is plenty to get your teeth into.

The construction kits contain A and B 'parts' that might be used for song construction, and a 'full mix' WAV is provided to demonstrate what can be done. Of course, all the component drum, guitar and bass parts are provided so you can mix and match as desired. The separate 'break kits' folder contains combinations of guitars, bass and drums intended to work as links between musical sections, and these can be added to material from the main construction kits to provide further variety. Most of the other folder titles listed above give a clear idea of their contents, but if you like your riffs low and loud, the highlight is probably the distorted guitars section.

Using the Acidised WAV files with Acid Pro 4, it was an absolute doddle to construct some very authentic-sounding backing tracks. All the material has been well recorded the drums are generally powerful, the basses thunder and the majority of the guitars growl. And while the Nu Metal title suggests Limp Bizkit, there is plenty here that would work in a Metallica-type track. Mixing material between the various construction kits proved perfectly possible, as did working in additional material from the supplementary folders. The variations and break kit sections all helped embellish a piece to make its loop origins less obvious. 

In terms of content, my only criticism would be the lack of a few more riffs based further up the neck I know seven-string instruments are the weapon of choice for many nu-metal guitarists, but it would have made it easier to combine two guitar riffs as they would not be fighting for the same mid/low-frequency space. I could also have managed without the vocal samples. While it was perfectly possible to create complete backing tracks with just these loops, combining them with some electronica loops (for example, some drones or processed turntable scratching) added another dimension instant Linkin Park. Just add some lead guitar/counterpoint riffs and suitable vocals and the final result is very convincing.

Most guitarists who play in this style would probably like to roll their own when it comes to nu-metal riff-making, but for non-guitarists looking for an authentic dollop of the heavy stuff, then this sample set has a lot to offer. If you work in library or production music, however, note that the licence does not allow the samples to be used for this purpose. While this is not uncommon amongst loop libraries, it is a restriction to be aware of.

4 STARS Review: NU METAL  SOUND ON SOUND 9/2003If you need to conjure up something on the darker side of modern rock (think Korn or Papa Roach), then Ueberschall's Nu Metal might be just what you are looking for. The title is distributed by Time + Space and is supplied as a two-CD set, with CD1 in audio format and CD2 containing the same material as Acidised WAV files. I used the latter for the purposes of review. The material is organised into eight construction kits plus additional folders containing drum loops, drum breaks, bass guitars, distorted guitars, guitar FX, break kits and acoustic guitars. With some 650MB spread over nearly 600 loops, there is plenty to get your teeth into.

The construction kits contain A and B 'parts' that might be used for song construction, and a 'full mix' WAV is provided to demonstrate what can be done. Of course, all the component drum, guitar and bass parts are provided so you can mix and match as desired. The separate 'break kits' folder contains combinations of guitars, bass and drums intended to work as links between musical sections, and these can be added to material from the main construction kits to provide further variety. Most of the other folder titles listed above give a clear idea of their contents, but if you like your riffs low and loud, the highlight is probably the distorted guitars section.

Using the Acidised WAV files with Acid Pro 4, it was an absolute doddle to construct some very authentic-sounding backing tracks. All the material has been well recorded the drums are generally powerful, the basses thunder and the majority of the guitars growl. And while the Nu Metal title suggests Limp Bizkit, there is plenty here that would work in a Metallica-type track. Mixing material between the various construction kits proved perfectly possible, as did working in additional material from the supplementary folders. The variations and break kit sections all helped embellish a piece to make its loop origins less obvious. 

In terms of content, my only criticism would be the lack of a few more riffs based further up the neck I know seven-string instruments are the weapon of choice for many nu-metal guitarists, but it would have made it easier to combine two guitar riffs as they would not be fighting for the same mid/low-frequency space. I could also have managed without the vocal samples. While it was perfectly possible to create complete backing tracks with just these loops, combining them with some electronica loops (for example, some drones or processed turntable scratching) added another dimension instant Linkin Park. Just add some lead guitar/counterpoint riffs and suitable vocals and the final result is very convincing.

Most guitarists who play in this style would probably like to roll their own when it comes to nu-metal riff-making, but for non-guitarists looking for an authentic dollop of the heavy stuff, then this sample set has a lot to offer. If you work in library or production music, however, note that the licence does not allow the samples to be used for this purpose. While this is not uncommon amongst loop libraries, it is a restriction to be aware of.

4 STARS

Flag ENspaceUS KEYBOARDS 10/2003


8 construction kits each with multiple parts Bottom Line: Head-banger¹s dream from Ueberschall.

Whether you need a full construction kit with ensemble elements or just a few rap/metal seasonings to spice up your tracks, Ueberschall's Nu Metal is more than capable of meeting and exceeding your expectations. These guys don't screw around. The production is pristine, the layout is straight forward, and the parts are eminently usable. The guitar parts are from real amplifiers, not emulators < what a concept!

The drum parts alone are worth the price of admission (double bass drum pedal anyone?); in addition you get all these extra-tasty bass, guitar, and drum fills as well. Some of the eight construction kits are so heavy and authentic that I was looking for my complimentary body-piercing coupon in the liner notes. Though eight seems a bit stingy, each kit has multiple musical sections, so in essence you get many more building blocks.

The collection is primarily about bass, drums, and guitar of the drop-D variety, so you'll find plenty of heavy chugging riffs and modern sounding leads. Second listener John Krogh agreed, saying, It's clear the producers understand modern metal/rock < many of the tracks leave enough space to add 909-like low end or hyper-thick bass, which is what you'd expect to hear from P.O.D, Limp Bizkit, System of a Down, and others in their genre. Kick drums are clicky and spikey, for example, making it easy to layer fatter elements underneath. On the guitar front, I'm a fan of the stereo rectified tones combined with slightly chorused or clean arpeggio patterns. Nu Metal even goes so far as to provide ReCycled phrases to create impossible-to-play parts. Review: Nu Metal  US KEYBOARDS 10/20032-CD set (audio/WAV), 8 construction kits each with multiple parts Bottom Line: Head-banger¹s dream from Ueberschall.

Whether you need a full construction kit with ensemble elements or just a few rap/metal seasonings to spice up your tracks, Ueberschall's Nu Metal is more than capable of meeting and exceeding your expectations. These guys don't screw around. The production is pristine, the layout is straight forward, and the parts are eminently usable. The guitar parts are from real amplifiers, not emulators < what a concept!

The drum parts alone are worth the price of admission (double bass drum pedal anyone?); in addition you get all these extra-tasty bass, guitar, and drum fills as well. Some of the eight construction kits are so heavy and authentic that I was looking for my complimentary body-piercing coupon in the liner notes. Though eight seems a bit stingy, each kit has multiple musical sections, so in essence you get many more building blocks.

The collection is primarily about bass, drums, and guitar of the drop-D variety, so you'll find plenty of heavy chugging riffs and modern sounding leads. Second listener John Krogh agreed, saying, It's clear the producers understand modern metal/rock < many of the tracks leave enough space to add 909-like low end or hyper-thick bass, which is what you'd expect to hear from P.O.D, Limp Bizkit, System of a Down, and others in their genre. Kick drums are clicky and spikey, for example, making it easy to layer fatter elements underneath. On the guitar front, I'm a fan of the stereo rectified tones combined with slightly chorused or clean arpeggio patterns. Nu Metal even goes so far as to provide ReCycled phrases to create impossible-to-play parts.

Flag ENspaceEQ Magazine Award 2004


EQ magazine has given the EQ AWARD for ueberschall sampling CD
"Nu Metal". 

Modern "metal" sample/loop CDs are hard to come by, which is why I was thrilled when Nu Metal fell onto my desk. This two-CD set is chock full of construction kits and drum loops aimed at the drop-D crowd. Most of the material is presented construction kit-style, with nearly full arrangements; all the isolated elements are broken out. Just add shredded vocals and you're good to go. 

It's clear the producers understand modern metal/rock many of the tracks leave enough space to add 909-like low end or hyper-thick bass, which is what you'd expect to hear from P.O.D, Limp Bizkit, System of a Down, and others in their genre. Kick drums are clicky and spikey, for example, making it easy to layer fatter elements underneath.

Evenly played, well-recorded acoustic strums and arpeggios are also provided. These reminded me of STP unplugged, but you might hear the tracks differently.  You might find that many of the electric guitars and drums need some EQ and compression to fit them into your mixes; the loops and one-shots aren't 'fully mastered' the way some construction kits are. In this case it's a good thing, though, because it makes it easier to use the samples in a variety of contexts.

On the guitar front, there's no shortage of creative arrangements, which sometimes include heavy, rectified tones in stereo with slightly chorused or clean arpeggios. Nu Metal even goes so far as to provide ReCycled phrases to create impossible-to-play parts.

On the whole, sound design-type effects processing is kept to a minimum. You  will, however, find plenty of menacingly tweaked guitars and basses to push your tracks over the edge. Award: Nu Metal  EQ Magazine Namm 2004: EQ magazine has given the EQ AWARD for ueberschall sampling CD
"Nu Metal". 

Modern "metal" sample/loop CDs are hard to come by, which is why I was thrilled when Nu Metal fell onto my desk. This two-CD set is chock full of construction kits and drum loops aimed at the drop-D crowd. Most of the material is presented construction kit-style, with nearly full arrangements; all the isolated elements are broken out. Just add shredded vocals and you're good to go. 

It's clear the producers understand modern metal/rock many of the tracks leave enough space to add 909-like low end or hyper-thick bass, which is what you'd expect to hear from P.O.D, Limp Bizkit, System of a Down, and others in their genre. Kick drums are clicky and spikey, for example, making it easy to layer fatter elements underneath.

Evenly played, well-recorded acoustic strums and arpeggios are also provided. These reminded me of STP unplugged, but you might hear the tracks differently.  You might find that many of the electric guitars and drums need some EQ and compression to fit them into your mixes; the loops and one-shots aren't 'fully mastered' the way some construction kits are. In this case it's a good thing, though, because it makes it easier to use the samples in a variety of contexts.

On the guitar front, there's no shortage of creative arrangements, which sometimes include heavy, rectified tones in stereo with slightly chorused or clean arpeggios. Nu Metal even goes so far as to provide ReCycled phrases to create impossible-to-play parts.

On the whole, sound design-type effects processing is kept to a minimum. You  will, however, find plenty of menacingly tweaked guitars and basses to push your tracks over the edge.
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