Feel The Rush Too

Big Fish Audio release Rush 2: Progressive House      19/06/08

Feel The Rush Too


Equal parts mind-bending trance and body-popping electro, Big Fish Audio say that Rush 2: Progressive House has the filters set to maximum, and will sweep you off your feet and onto the dance floor. They tell us that it has the raw synth buzzes and twirps of the 1980s, with a driving rhythm that the decade could only dream about. There's also plenty of material and extras in WAV, REX, Apple Loops, and RMX format, including bonus drum loops synths, pads, arpeggios and full drum kits
Each of the 15 construction kits contains a main demo mix plus every element broken out as well as additional folders of drum hits and "drum trax" from each kit."Drum Trax" give you access to the individual parts of the drum mix. Big Fish Audio say that this gives full access to remix,recreate or mix and match different parts of the drums so you can ake a the snare loop from one kit and match it with the drums and hi-hat from another kit.
  • 3.94 GB on DVD-Rom (1.69 GB of 24-bit WAV files)
  • 993 WAV loops and hits
  • Apple Loops/REX/WAV/RMX/Acid
Pricing and Availability:
$99.95 More information:
  • www.bigfishaudio.com

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