Loopmasters proudly welcome back Laurent Veronnez aka Airwave for a brand new collection of inspirational dance breaks and beats designed for all dance music producers looking to add sonic interest to their rhythm tracks way beyond the basic 4x4.
Airwave – Dance Breaks Vol2 is a whopping 3.39GB collection of over 600 Royalty Free, punchy electronic drum loops designed to create maximum impact in your productions, featuring a huge sonic range from Ambient Rhythmic Textures to Dark Glitchy Electronica onto Experimental Underground House, Breaks and Driving Techno Drums.
The Collection features 59 crunchy drum loops each with 5 -7 variations on each theme to allow for flexible arranging and mixing. The Loops are all recorded in 24Bit 44.1 KHz in tempos ranging from 64 to 160BPM and come as Acidsed Wav, Rex2 and Apple Loop formats compatible with all the major music software programs.
Airwave released his first records on the infamous Bonzai Label. His countless productions under 35 different aliases (Airwave, Body shock, Cape Town, Planisphere, Fire & Ice, Nova, The Green Martian, Lolo, Cloud 69, Meridian) got him plays by the biggest dj’s on this planet, including DJ Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, Paul Oakenfold, Ferry Corsten, Judge Jules, Sasha, John Digweed, Chris Fortier, and Seb Fontaine. So much respect from his fellow colleagues, led him to collaborate with several artists, including Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, M.I.K.E aka Push, Judge Jules, and lately Markus Schulz, Above and Beyond, Andy Moor, and many, many others.
In Detail expect to find 3.39GB of 24Bit 44.1KHz Drum Loops with 59 Drum Loops + Variations, 626 Loops Total and 896 Rex2 Files
All Electronic Dance producers should check out this collection as there is something here for everyone, so make sure you hit play on the demo song and download the free to use taster pack then sample Airwave – Dance Breaks Vol2 Today!
Please Note: This is a Drum Loop Collection only and the music in the Demo is not included
Airwave’s first pack can be found here in case you missed it.