Prime Loops Releases Electro House Shoxx 2

Another set of electro, house, breakbeat and break sounds      19/04/11

Prime Loops Releases Electro House Shoxx 2


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Following Electro House Shoxx comes Prime Loops' latest sample pack, Electro House Shoxx 2 which they describe as being full of authentic electro, house, breakbeat and break sounds inspired by artists including David Guetta, Deadmau5, Noisia and Swedish House Mafia. Here's the rest of what they have to say about it...
'Electro House Shoxx 2' comes complete with over 250 Electro House basslines, drum loops, synth hooks, SFX loops and drum one-shots all prepared in pristine condition labelled by musical key and locked at 128bpm for fast and easy remixing. All samples have been pre-mastered to chart standards and triple quality checked by Prime Loops to keep your workflow free of technical glitches and are 100% royalty free so you can use these sounds in all your latest productions without having to worry about costly sample clearance fees. 'Electro House Shoxx 2' is the ultimate library of heavyweight basslines, thumping drums, endless variations of synth loops and a powerful stack of processed accents and FX.
Available as an instant download, this precision-made sound library is formatted for your favourite sequencer or sampler, including Ableton, Reason, Fruity Loops, AKAI and many more, giving you drag-n-drop simplicity in the studio for inspiration in this internationally best selling genre.
Formats include: .WAV, Apple Loops, Acid Loops, FL Studio, Reason Refill, Rex2 Loops and more.
Pricing and Availability:
Electro House Shoxx 2 is available to download for £14.95 More information:

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