RV Samplepacks are proud to present Industrial Bass Music – a totally distinct selection of rough, harsh and noisy sonics. Drawing from an intense, avant-garde sound palette, this collection will bring twisted, penetrating low end to your arrangements 100% royalty free.
Industrial Bass Music showcases a peculiar and abrasive style, inspired by the likes of artists such as SOPHIE, Igorrr, and Die Antwoord. Featuring 305 MB of powerful and harsh sounds, this unconventional and unique package is full of contorting FM Synthesis, ruthless distortion, and intricate textures, sure to bring a unique flavour to all your productions. Expect to hear extreme drums, serrated SFX, glitching synths and cavernous bass.
At tempos between 120-135bpm, Industrial Bass Music from RV Samplepacks is perfect for any heavy-duty electronica you’re crafting, including trip-hop, industrial techno, dubstep, hard dance and more!
In detail, expect to find 305 MB of content recorded at 24Bit 44.1KHZ. There are 36 synth loops, 25 full drum loops, 25 top drum loops and 23 bass loops. One-shots are 44 drum hits, 29 synth hits, 28 bass hits and 13 FX. You’ll also find 109 Rex2 files and 63 soft sampler patches for Kontakt, NNXT, EXS24 and SFZ.
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