Nu Electro Dance Loops and Samples Released

Soundclash from East-West has over 1650 samples and 1.1 GB of house and nu electro dance music      05/07/06
East-West tell us that Soundclash is the ‘sound of modern dance music’, a brand new collection of Nu Electro Dance loops and samples crammed full of sounds that are filling the dance-floors right now.
They say that every sample has been painstakingly played, programmed and produced to give you what is probably the best electro house sample collection available today. Combining live guitar and bass and real percussion samples, along with some of the funkiest electro synth loops and tripped out fx, brand new beats and superb single hit sounds.
Here’s what East-West have to say in their own words…
“No matter what platform or music software you use, if you need the authentic sounds packing the world's best dance floors right now then check out this huge library! Get ready to experience the blood-pulsing, heart-racing rhythms and melodies of the future of dance. From cool synths to driving beats, all the material you need to get your tracks into the biggest clubs is right here!�
This library comes in multiple formats. Formats supported include: Acid WAV, AIFF Apple Loops, Stylus RMX Compatible Rex2, Reason Refill, Kontakt, EXS24, and HALion
Features:
  • 934 REX2 files
  • 1650 Acidized WAV files
  • 1650 AIFF Apple Loop files
  • 1.1Gb of sounds
  • Drum Loops
  • Combi Loops
  • Synth loops
  • Live Bass & Guitar Loops
  • Percussion Loops
  • Vocals
  • FX and Atmospheres
  • Synth Hits
Price and Availability
MSRP $99.95. Expected to be in stock 07/07/06.
More information:
  • www.soundsonline.com

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