Loopmasters - Punchy Techno (Multiformat)

Loopmasters - Punchy Techno (Multiformat) | 744MB

This fresh sample collection is influenced by the current leaders in the Techno arena and will inspire producers who are fans of the current Deep and Underground sounds. Produced by Ricky Ambilotti and Dan Mardan, this collection is influenced by artists including Umek, Gary Beck, Stefano Noferini and Richie Hawtin, and labels including Cocoon, Great Stuff and Octopus.

Featuring Deep Underground Subs, Massive Atmospheric Breakdown Synths, Glitched Builders, Broken Risers, Big Drums, Cold Chords and Synthetic Pulses � its a huge construction kit of ideas that will work together or on top of your own inspiration.

Ricky and Dan have worked incredibly hard to produce a truly unique sample collection which we expect will be caned by Djs and Producers in the coming months to create new and exciting music which will no doubt climb the charts.

Dan Mardan has already produced several award winning sample collections for Loopmasters, and here he worked with Ricky for the first time, a producer who has topped the Beatport charts and been supported by Richie Hawtin, Dubfire, Mark Knight, Chris Lake and Claude Von Stroke amongst many others.

Punchy Techno weighs in at 750MB and includes 294 24Bit samples, with 187 Loops and 107 One Shot Sounds. 29 Ready to play patches are available for Reason NNXT, Halion, EXS, SFZ and Kontakt compatible soft samplers. Apple Loops, Reason Refill and Ableton Live versions are available to purchase separately.

In detail Punchy Techno includes 14 Bass Loops, 41 Music Loops, 69 Drum Loops, 57 FX Loops, 6 Full Bonus Mixes, 67 One Shot Drum Samples, 5 Bass Multis, 7 Synth FX and 16 Synth Multis.

Tech Specs:
24Bit Quality
14 Bass Loops
41 Music Loops
69 Drum Loops
57 Fx Loops
6 Bonus Full Mixes
67 Drum Hits
5 Multi Sampled Bass Instruments
5 Multi Sampled Synth Instruments
5 Fx Shots
7 Synth Hits
29 MIDI Files
197 Rex2 Loops
29 Soft Sampler Patches For Kontakt, Halion, Exs24, Nnxt and Sfz Formats




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