Particular once again rocket into deep space with Space Rangers - Far Fetched Sequences. This time around we ventured deeper into the unknown territories than ever before and returned with comepletely unique and otherworldy loops of spaced out chromatic phrases, tasty glitches and otherworldly harmonic summonings.
As usual with everything Particular this pack oozes transistor and tube mojo - and a bit of grit. Insert into anything four to the floor and your track will instantly reach for the depths.
Created as a fusion between minimal techno and house, psychedelic electronica, ambient space music and glitchy EDM, the sound designer crew at Particular forged sequences of sounds and passed them through a setup of high quality outboard processors, and fed them back in again through yet another series of digital effect processors - creating endless variations with the twist of a knob.
All loops are made for recombination, so layer and connect sequences together to create new textures and call - response patterns. We have also made these loops a bit longer than previous Space Rangers incarnations - with more variation - to enable even more recombinations.The length of the loops vary depending on the variation and motion in the sound, so cut, slice, realign and reassemble to meet your songs requirements. Swing, lag, push or any timing inherent in the loops - as well as pitch or chord - are yours to to manipulate and abuse.
In detail expect to find 151 phrase loops in 120, 124 and 127 bpm. All in all 340 MB of 48 kHz 24 bit wavefiles.
Gear used: Nord Lead A1R, SCOPE modular 4, Oberheim OBMX, Origin, Moog Slim Phatty, Virus TI2, Genoqs Nemo sequencer, Future Retro Zillion sequencer, SSL X-Rack system, SSL G series compressor, Tonelux OTB16, API 2500, Portico 542, Elysia Xpressor and Nvelope, Kush Clariphonic, Rodec Restyler, and a whole armada of exotic VST effect plugins.
Demos created with drums - bd, sd, hh- from the Severed Bits - Components sample package. Bass subs are from the Deep Down and Certain series. All other sounds are from Space Rangers - Far Fetched Sequences.