Patchworx 141 contains Dirty Electro for Serum – a gritty and abrasive selection of presets with the source sounds coming from Xfer Records’ powerful Serum soft synth. If you’re looking for distorted basses, fat leads, thick pads, trippy vocals and mind-bending FX to elevate your electro tunes, then look no further.
This is a vital bank of skilfully constructed electro sounds that can be used to bring grit, intensity and energy to any dancefloor. This collection has been lovingly put together 100% royalty free, so you can use everything within in your tracks with no copyright concerns. Each individual preset sound features macro controls, ensuring your sounds can be as diverse and evolving as possible.
This boosted Patchworx pack comes complete with not only 64 custom presets but 64 unique MIDI files and 64 Wav rendered versions - fusing the patches with associated MIDI files for instant audio inspiration and manipulation.
In detail expect to find 235 MB of content, with all audio recorded at 24bit & 44.1kHz. There are 64 Xfer Serum Presets made up of 11 Lead Presets, 10 Pad Presets, 8 Arp Presets, 8 Synth Bass Presets, 8 Bass Arp Presets, 2 Bass Stab Presets, 5 FX Presets, 3 Vocal Presets, 3 Drum FX Presets, 3 Percussion FX Presets, 1 Cowbell Preset, 1 Synth Preset and 1 Kick Preset. You’ll also hear 64 MIDI Files and 64 Wav Loops (Preset + MIDI).
If you are using Xfer Records' Serum synth and want a highly useable collection of expertly shaped synth presets ready for use out of the box, then this selection of sounds is truly for you.
The Patchworx series are brought to you by Loopmasters and are a creative resource for producers who are looking to produce and perform their own musical parts, using genre specific sounds which have been designed by experts in their genre.
Please make sure you have the latest version of Xfer Records' Serum synth before ordering.
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