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Sonomic has reached an agreement with Zero-G to distribute Zero-G’s library of online digital audio samples and audio production elements.

New York-based Sonomic w...

June 19, 2001

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Author: by Erik Hofmann

Sonomic has reached an agreement with Zero-G to distribute Zero-G’s library of online digital audio samples and audio production elements. New York-based Sonomic will add the Zero-G collection to the 100,000 sounds it already has available online. This agreement will increase Sonomic’s sound catalog to over 220,000 sound samples, including the daily addition of any new samples created by Zero-G. Some Zero-G collections will be available in a variety of multi-sample formats, specifically, Sample Cell and Unity DS-1. Individual Zero-G loops and one-shots will be searchable by instrument, style, key, artist & title, and other search parameters. Users can preview sound samples using Real Audio and Windows Media formats, and purchased samples can be downloaded in .wav and .aiff formats.

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