After the ultra-successful release of volume 1, Singomakers are very happy to present Vol 2 of this bestselling Nu Disco And Indie Dance sample pack!
Inspired by the sound of Justice, Oliver, Daft Punk, Tesla Boy, Holy Ghost, Chromeo, A-Trak, THE BEATANGERS and more! If you want to create a fusion of Nu Disco, Nu Rave and Indie Dance then this pack is 100 % for you!
This Epic Collection is full of Fat and Funky Analog Lead Lines, Live Guitars, Crunchy Nu-Rave Basslines, Live Drum Fills, Live Drums, Sweet 80s style Chord Progressions, Analogue Effected experimental Loops, Nu-Disco Drum Loops, Fat One Shots, Sound FX and everything you need to create your next Nu Disco and Indie Dance super hit!
Pushing the scales at a solid 960 Mb Nu-Disco 24 bit samples including 226 One Shots, 60 Live Guitar Loops, 30 Analog Bass Loops, 40 Funky Analog Melodies, 20 Live Drum Fills, 40 Drum Loops, 15 Sound FX, 70 MIDI Files and 190 REX2 Files! All of the files have been recorded true to Singomakers high standards with plenty of groove and clearly labeled with relevant part/key information.
An array of original hardware synths, live guitars, live bass, live drums, live bongos, live congas, percussions, Moog Voyager, Korg MS20, Virus TI, Korg MS 20000 b have been captured and processed through high end signal paths such as outboard from Avalon, Manley and UAD!
Check this inspiring demo track and get your copy today while it’s HOT!
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