Wave Alchemy Releases Beat Lab & Pulse

US A collection of one-shot drum samples and a new reverb plug-in      23/12/22

Wave Alchemy Releases Beat Lab & Pulse

Wave Alchemy has released Beat Lab which they say is a strictly time limited release to celebrate their website relaunch. A spokesperson told us, "This brand new collection of one-shot drum samples is unlike any other drum pack ever made. Not only did we create 30,000 unique and instantly mix ready samples, but we creatively resampled them through lush studio spaces, vintage tape machines, guitar amps and tube compressors for a staggering variety of drum sounds! From Drum Machines and Acoustic Kits to Found Sounds and World percussion. Beat Lab combines every desirable sound for modern production in a single pack with unique and experimental studio processing."

This collection will cease to exist and never again be available after 20th January, or once 2,500 licenses have been sold – whichever comes first.

You can also get Wave Alchemy's new reverb plugin, Pulse, for free when purchasing Beat Lab. This is what they have to say about it...

Our first native plugin has landed! Pulse is a stunning emulation of the iconic Lexicon PCM-60 digital reverb from the 80's, brought into the modern era with creative DSP and sound shaping controls that take it a step further than the original. A lush sounding beauty heard on countless hit records...

For a strictly limited time, get Pulse for free when purchasing Beat Lab. Pulse will automatically be added to your basket (for free!). You can also purchase Pulse at the no-brainer intro price of just £29.

Pricing and Availability:

Beat Lab is on offer at £49.

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