Patchworx 53 – Histibe Dubstep and Grime is a powerful collection of highly tweakable NI Massive sounds including Basses, SFX, Pads and Synths complete with macro controls and full Native Instruments Library integration.
Aimed at underground urban producers this boosted Patchworx pack comes complete with not only 64 custom presets and 64 MIDI files but included in the download are 64 Wav rendered versions of the selected patch and associated MIDI files for instant inspiration. Histibe has also included 5 drum loops and 2 vocal loops as featured in the demo.
This pack has been inspired by artists including Burial, Noisia, Dizzee Rascal, Kanye West and labels such as Hyper Dub, Vision and Subtitles.
Patchworx 53 Histibe contains 25 Dirty Basses 6 SFX, 8 Gritty Pads and 25 Nasty Synths useful for producers of Dubstep, Grime, Trap, Breaks and Filthy Electro.
If you are using the Native Instruments Massive synth and want a highly useable collection of freshly crafted urban presets from a top producer then this collection is 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 Note: The Presets come as Native Instruments Massive 1.3+ .NMSV files so please ensure you have the latest version of Massive before ordering.
Any references to any brands on this site/page, including reference to brands and instruments, are provided for description purposes only. For example references to instrument brands are provided to describe the sound of the instrument and/or the instrument used in the sample. Loopmasters do not have (nor do they claim) any association with or endorsement by these brands. Any goodwill attached to those brands rest with the brand owner. Loopmasters or its Suppliers do not accept any liability in relation to the content of the sample or the accuracy of the description. "RHODES" is a registered trademark of Joseph A Brandstetter.