Loopmasters Double Delivery

Two new releases - Drumdrops In Dub Volume 1 and Electro House Underground      28/07/08

Loopmasters Double Delivery

Buying Choices
The first results of Loopmasters’ recently announced rapid expansion are here with two collections from Drumdrops and Wave Alchemy. Here’s all the details directly from Loopmasters press release…
    The legendary Style Scott’s hard-hitting beats have backed the best Reggae artist in the business including Gregory Isaacs, Barrington Levy and Israel Vibration to name just a few. Having also worked alongside all the best producers and engineers (including Dub pioneers King Tubby, Prince Jammy and Scientist), Scott has guaranteed his status in the studio and on stage, and now you can have him drumming for you, complete with that late 70s Jamaican sound with the spring reverb and echo…
    Drumdrops In Dub Volume 1 features 24 classic full-length amazing live drum tracks ranging from 69-143 bpm in multi-track format featuring separate kick, snare, hat, toms, overheads, percussion and FX. It was recorded in Jamaica and London and includes drum tracks recorded at the peak of the Roots Radics era in studios like Channel One and Randys. Quite simply, if you're looking for the very best live Reggae and Dub beats look no further than Drumdrops In Dub!
    Tech Specs: 2.8GB collection including full-length multitrack drum tracks from 69-143bpm. 650 Apple Loops and REX2 samples, 600+ Acidised WAV samples including dry loops, FX loops, percussion loops, hi-hat loops and tambourine and shaker loops. 16 drum kit and FX patches for EXS 24, Halion, Reason NNXT, Kontakt, Cakewalk SFZ formats including Dub fills, Dub FX and drum hits in ready to play patches for your favourite soft sampler. Also includes tempo-mapped ProTools, Logic and Cubase session files.
    Electro House consistently fills dance floors of superclubs the world over. This collection of brand new and up to the minute underground samples from Wave Alchemy is packed with all the latest ingredients that any house producer needs to make the next generation of floor filling club anthems. Electro House Underground features a huge palette of sounds and samples which nod to the development of the Electro House Scene over the last two years, and then move forward at a rapid pace. There are more minimal textures, ambiences, twisted basses, lush pads, tech fx, heavy gated drums and percussion, and a huge selection of singe hits alongside the loops so you can build your tracks from the underground upwards.
    The synths are tearing and will cut through the noise with unprecedented texture and ambience while the basses have just the right amount of bottom end to shake the speaker system of any club main room. Drums include huge beefy kicks, crisp percussion and cracking snares which, when combined, will fill the dance floor in seconds. The FX samples will melt effortlessly into your music and there are plenty of filtered and toppy loops which merge together to make a unique and addictive backbeat to any breakdowns or for more minimal moments.
    Tech Specs: 1.5GB of 24Bit 44.1kHz Electro House samples, including 492 WAV Samples, 492 REX2 Loops, 255 Electro House drum loops, 50 filtered percussion loops, 95 Tech Bass loops, 92 Electro synth parts, 50 searing FX samples, and 56 instantly playable patches including heavy Electro drum kits, deep Tech basses, soaring synths and awesome FX all ready to play in Reason NNXT, Halion, Kontakt, SFZ, Cakewalk and suitable for all music apps.
Pricing and Availability:
Price and availability Drumdrops In Dub Volume 1 is available now for £79.95 (Note: this is a special promo release price – remastered and cheaper than the original release)
Electro House Underground is available now for £44.95 (£39.95 as download).
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