About a year ago, ‘Digitized Drum&Bass’ (the very first release of THICK Sounds!) saw the light of day and became quickly a smash hit, holding the first place on Loopmasters during over a week! The concept behind this sequel stays the same: offering top-notch synthetic sounds for the most digitized Drum&Bass productions. Influenced by Subfocus, Metrik, Wilkinson, Matrix & Futurebound, The Prototypes, Smooth, Maduk and Netsky to name of few, this brand new pack is designed for producers who are looking for lively basslines, energetic drums and catchy anthems.
With releases on RAM Records, Technique, ProgRam and more worldwide-known labels, Salaryman already showed his abilities to craft such music and presents here a pack that shouldn’t be missed!
Here’s what to expect in detail: about 1,6 Gb of samples recorded at 24Bit & 44.1 KHz. 175 Loops (39 Synth Loops, 48 Drum Loops, 28 Bass Loops, 48 Top Loops and 12 Percussion Loops) and all the Midi tracks related to these samples, 124 Hits (35 Synth Hits, 18 Bass Hits, 61 Drum Hits and 10 FXs), 20 Multi-Samples (10 Basses and 10 Synths), 24 Presets (12 XFer Serum and 12 NI Massive) and 3 Construction Kits including 9 separated layers each.
Featuring samples from 172 to 175 BPM, ‘Digitized Drum&Bass 2’ is suitable for Drum&Bass but also Dubstep, Future Bass, Trap and beyond.
Just check the demo track and loops and get ready to add a highly useful tool to your Drum&Bass collection!
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