Future Music Review: Kanji Kinetic Vol. 2
Weighing in at just over 550MB, Kanji Kinetic's subwoofer splitting Volume 2 is certainly not for the fainthearted. With audio loops split into a variety of tempos (mainly focusing on the in and around 140 and 170bpm mark), this pack leaves no stone unturned in the filth department. The bass loops in particular are saturated in all the right places and ready to be dropped straight into your tracks, as are the synth loops; however a few were slightly over-cooked in obvious 'nastiness' for our tastes.
Though the drum loops sound great, they do wander 'off topic' and some tepid one-shots might be a bit lightweight seasoned Dubsteppers and Junglists. The raga vocals, though authentic were slightly over-compressed and in places there was audible headphone spill, but this is a small griped with an otherwise great pack. Whether you're just getting into production or need something to bolster your arsenal, these are some well built sounds, if not a bit content-shy for £20.