Hey Riddim warriors, stop fighting the war against sound design because the KIS team has something very special for you: “Ninja Riddim”!
The dubstep scene has changed a lot in recent years giving more space to simple rhythms and aggressive sounds, and what was previously only a sub-genre now attracts all followers of bass music: yes, we’re talking about Riddim!
Modern Riddim has some of the most complex sound design in EDM, and we know how frustrating it is to spend hours and hours on your DAW without coming up with something that makes you feel like a real bass boss.
Don't worry guys, “Ninja Riddim” has all it takes to create something unique and energetic!
Unlike most of the sample packs out there, “Ninja Riddim”’s highlights are the bass one shots: all sounds have been exported with different LFO rate settings, allowing each single bass sound to be extremely versatile and suitable for the needs of each drop!
Like this, the possibilities are endless, just assemble one shots to create your unique drop without wasting time on sound design!
Inside this sample pack you will also find dark melody loops for your breakdowns, stylish drum fills, original FX, metal guitars for Deathstep and gritty vocals for your predrop!
All loops are at 150 bpm: in this way you can shred any loop to create new and personal ones, giving life to your original banger ready to be played on the stage!
“Ninja Riddim” is perfect for Riddim producers, but it can also be a source of inspiration for Brostep, Glitch Hop, Future Bass and Bass House!
For the realization of this pack, our producers got inspired by the freshest producers of the riddim scene, such as: 12th Planet, FuntCase, Datsik, Borgore, Megalodon, p0gman, Dubloadz, LAXX, Kompany, Trollphace, Virtual Riot, PhaseOne, Crankdat, EH! DE, and many more!
Ready to headbang? Grab "Ninja Riddim" now!
“Keep it simple, make it fast!”
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