Keep It Sample team is proud to present this cutting-edge “Call Chill Pop” release.
This emotional Chill Pop sound library has been thought to mesmerize your listeners.
“Call Chill Pop” will amaze you with its fluffy melodies finely mixed with emotional sounds. Let’s bring a hefty dose of professional sonorities to your DAW - ranging from 87 to 105 bpm – and let yourself throw into this dimension called chill.
This killer collection of meticulously crafted 24-bit samples has been inspired by artists and producers such as Kasbo, Chet Porter, Odesza, Mr. fijiwiji, Crywolf, Said The Sky, Eden, Lauv and many more.
This brand new chill pack will prove to be useful in your studio session, especially in creating various styles, ranging from Chill Pop, Chill Out, Future Bass, Future Pop and Indie Music.
We have also included some of our best MIDI files to let you edit chords and melodies, play them back at different tempos and change up the instrumentation, allowing you to easily fit these progressions into any project.
Keep It Sample team is definitely sure that this pack is something unique and we are truly proud to present it to you. This library will absolutely upgrade your productions to a higher level, because every sound has been professionally designed in order to guarantee that your next track will be a top hit. Don’t’ waste any more time and download “Call Chill Pop” now!
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