'World Tek' from ProducerLoops.com features a blend of Harp, Dulcimer, Shakuhachi and Bamboo Flute performances mixed in an abstract, post-modern style. The result is electronic madness! This pack breaks new ground...
'World Tek' was produced for ProducerLoops.com by ultra-experienced sound designer, Jeff Rhodes and Multi-Instrumentalist, Todd Milne. 'World Tek' includes loops and samples that will work within the following genres: World, Ambient, Glitch, Trip Hop, Dubstep, Drum and Bass, Grime, Industrial, Techno, Soundtracks and more...
Furthermore, these loops are 100% Royalty-Free. Download the free loops here before you buy the full version! There is no requirement to purchase anything else to get this free pack and you can use these loops in your productions without any further costs.
About the Producers:
Jeff Rhodes & Todd Milne have been working in the sound design industry for just over a decade. They are particularly well-known for their three "Pro Sessions" loop libraries that were released through M-Audio. They have also released another nine products independently through Perimeter Sound Arts and Jeff Rhodes produced the Ambient Glitch series for ProducerLoops.com.
About the Production:
Todd Milne is an extremely talented multi-instrumentalist and provided the live instrumentation for this pack. Strings and Winds instruments as diverse as the Harp, Dulcimer, Shakuhachi and Bamboo Flute were recorded for your sampling pleasure. These are presented in a range from pure, clean acoustic sounds, to processed, etc.
Jeff Rhodes ran some of these real world percussion samples through his studio and tried to let the beats fall where they may to provide a totally unique sound. He then fired up his best physical modelling synths to use these to create some post-modern plucks, pads, ambience, and sound fx.
The combination is an epic sound that you will find many uses for in many different styles of music & soundtrack productions.
Special thanks go to Lance Roethle, drummer extraordinaire, for providing some one-shots from his vast array of things that go bonk, thump, clank, and rattle and also to Ugo (Chris Sciurba) for using his elektro-world music influences and talents in making Demos 3 and 4.