Vocal Sounds For Tech Producer DSP

Cluster Sound release Vocal Defrag XPander Pack      12/05/08

Vocal Sounds For Tech Producer DSP


Cluster Sound tell us that Vocal Defrag is a new Xpander Pack for Tech Producer DSP that now hits 13,9 gigabytes of sounds and loops.
The library is based on a female voice recording and consists of 440 WAV & REX loops and 440 Live Drum Rack clips & devices. Cluster Sound say that this is 420 Megabytes of inspiring sounds for every kind of electronic music production - a collection of fragmented phrases, disjoined voices, scratched, ultra-filtered and synth-like vocals. The loops are organized in 3 main sections (WAV – REX – LIVE) that contain the following sub-folders :
  • 1) Buffered Voices
  • 2) Filterking Voices
  • 3) Delayed Voices
  • 4) Scratch Voices
Vocal Defrag is compatible with all audio softwares and is free for all Tech Producer DSP registered users.
Tech Producer DSP updated specifications :
  • 13.9 GIGABYTES OF AUDIO FILES
  • 10,200 Construction Loops & Samples (WAV - 24bit / 44.1 Khz)
  • 7,400 Ableton Instruments & Clips
  • 3,500 REX2 Loops : Reason & Stylus RMX ready
  • 2,550 Kontakt / Halion / NN-XT / Redrum / FL Studio patches
Pricing and Availability:
Tech Producer DSP costs 249,00 € (free shipping worldwide)
Vocal Defrag is free for all Tech Producer DSP registered users.
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