Mask Movement Samples proudly present Glitch Hop Laboratory – an extraordinary collection of sounds for Glitch Hop, Neuro, Hip-Hop, Dubstep, Trap and other similar electronic music genres.
Each sample passed through detailed quality control of Mask Movement Samples studio, curated by Histibe. Packed full of sharp and quality drum loops, reese basslines, gnarly synths, abstract atmospheric pads & loops + an essential collection of one-shot drums and experimental effects.
The sample pack is designed by Lucas The Flow, music producer and DJ from West Virginia who now lives in Columbus, Ohio in the USA.
Once learning Ableton in 2010, Lucas's production interests shifted to focus on Dubstep, Neurofunk Drum & Bass, Glitch Hop, Downtempo, Trap and more experimental styles. In recent years, he has released music on around 20 labels worldwide such as: Wonk#ay Records, Wormhole Music Group, Southside Dubstars UK, Aspire Higher, Keep Deep, The Gradient Perspective and more. He has been booked to perform at Big Dub, Lost Lands, Infrasound, The Black Box, and many other events and festivals in the USA. Now a seasoned performer and producer, Lucas flows between genres and vibes seamlessly to create a cohesive, yet constantly shifting body of music.
Music demo for the project was created in the form of collaborative track between Histibe and Lucas.
In detail, expect to find over 250 original loops and 120 one-shot samples recorded at 24Bit & 44.1kHz Wav format. At tempos from 70 to 100 BPM, Glitch Hop Laboratory is perfect tool for music producers and beatmakers who are looking for something raw, deep and creative.
Drawing influence from the sounds of artists such as Tipper, Kursa, Noisia, Jade Cicada, Aphex Twin, plus labels including Inspected, Division, Slug Wife, and MethLab – this is a great collection of starting points for artists looking to make modern electronic music.
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