Ghost Syndicate presents OBJECT: 140 Jungle, a one-of-a-kind sample collection for your jungle, dubstep, and drum & bass productions.
Taking influences from artists such as Special Request, Akkord, and others, the OBJECT sample pack delivers a variety of dusty drum breaks, forlorn synth loops, and gritty one-shots.
This collection contains all the key parts of the 140-jungle sound: rolling breaks, distorted 808 basses, hoover synths, siren FX, and much more.
In detail, expect to find 1.92 GB of content, with all audio recorded at 24-bit 44.1kHz. There are 38 bass loops, 84 synth loops, 44 melodic loops, 46 full drum loops, 40 top loops, 10 drum FX loops, 20 percussion loops, 10 kick & snare loops, and 10 FX loops. Also included are 209 drum hits, 50 bass one-shots, 84 synth one-shots, 54 FX one-shots.
As a bonus, we included an Ableton Live 11 project file, Ableton Live 11 drum rack, 10 Ableton Live 11 drum kits, 10 stem kits, 10 drum kits, 10 bonus drum loops, 20 drum breaks, 30 siren FX, 5 vox loops, and 20 hoover synths.
All elements have been carefully processed and categorised to match the highest quality requirements and are ready to go out of the box for both arranging and live sequencing.
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