Label owner and producer – Hy2rogen returns with the second part of the “New School Of Electro House” series, delivering more electro house and complextro-type mayhem.
Going all the way with dubstep, fidget, complextro and electro influences, Hy2rogen delivers more filthy and phat basslines, big drum sounds, stereo chords, spiky additives, vocoded vocals and crazy effects, all ready for that drag & drop action available in any DAW.
The pack consists of 933MB+ of content delivered as 10 super easy to use construction kits, precisely cut at 128 BPM, delivered as 8 bar loops and going for a full disclosure having each element on it's own individual stem track (Kick, Clap&Snare, Bass A, B, C, D, E, Additive 1, 2, 3, 4, Lead, FX1, FX2, Vocal, etc.).
You can mix & match between kits for multiple ideas and of course incorporate loops from the pack into your already pre-built tracks and fill in those gaps.
What you get is 10 electro house construction kits delivered as stem tracks which contain 257 files broken down into: 219 WAV loops (10 complete mix loops, 10 kick loops, 10 clap & snare loops, 10 hat loops, 82 bass loops, 43 additive loops, 23 fx loops, 12 vocal loops, 7 percussion loops, 9 chord loops, 3 misc loops) and 38 REX2 files for all the drum content.
All of the sounds are offered as WAV & REX2 files at a quality of 24Bit 44.1Khz.
The Apple Loops version of the pack is also available for download, along with REX2 files.
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