Just away from the dancefloor, past the peak of euphoria, ‘The Chillout Rooms’ present the perfect opportunity to reconnect with electronic music in a new way. First pioneered in the nineties by ground breaking acts such as The Orb, KLF and Massive Attack, the blissful cousin of the rave scene continues to evolve in the hands of artists like Bonobo, DJ Python and Washed Out.
Carefully curated with only the most laid back vibes in mind, ‘The Chillout Rooms’ puts 454MB of rhythms and atmospheres into your workflow, creating the potential for beats that float downstream in your brain and vivid effects that lean into pure, psychedelic vibes. As well as Cinematic and Ambient soundtracks, the delicate and dreamy textures at play throughout ‘The Chillout Room’ are equally suited for IDM, Dub Techno and more.
Inspired by sonic pictures of settling storms, martian plains and unexplored wildernesses, the cosmic, royalty-free loops within ‘The Chillout Rooms' are delivered at 80BPM and recorded in pristine, mind-expanding 44,1Khz quality. Whether you’re seeking inspiration in beatless drones and pads or gentle, synthesized patterns, this emotional pack proves just what chillout is all about.
In deatil expect to find 302 MB of 24Bit 44.1KHZ wavs - 40 Atmospheric Loops and 10 Rhythmic Atmos Loops.
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