Minimal Techno And Tech-Funk Breaks

Sample Magic announce the release of two new loop collections      22/12/08
Minimal Techno And Tech-Funk Breaks


Sample Magic have announced the release of Minimal Techno and Tech-Funk Breaks. Here's their press release :
Hot on the heels of the best-selling Nu-Rave and critically acclaimed Funky House Grooves 2, Sample Magic are proud to unveil details of their two latest titles, Tech-Funk Breaks and Minimal Techno.
Minimal Techno is the global sound of after-hours electronica, featuring: 100s of sub-heavy big room belters - pounding and pulsating rhythms to rock any floor; slick, deep and fuzzy low-end bass grooves – all dripping with authentic analogue fat; stripped synth, nu-noise and percussive grooves –soundbeds packed with inspiration; meticulously programmed combi trackstarters, mixed and primed for dance- floor destruction PLUS tweeter freakin' tops, swooping breakdown FX, sizzling single drum hits and much more.
Tech-Funk Breaks offers audio toys and tawdry noise for breaks, electro and dubstep. Featuring: 300+ deep fried, glitched-out, ball-busting breaks, beats and tops; bit-reduced bin-blitzing basslines, cone- creaking monoruns and screaming all-analogue funklines; circuit bent synths, chaotic sawfests and seductive pads; up-to-the-moment vocal mash-ups - sliced, diced and recycled; unique song-starter combos and pared down musical elements to be used, bruised and abused plus scratches, fills, booms, sweeps, dives and a huge single-hit drum archive.
Minimal Techno and Tech-Funk Breaks offer WAV, REX2, Apple Loops, EXS24, HALion, NN-XT and Kontakt II patches.
Pricing and Availability:
Each title retails at £58.67 (physical DVD multipack, free package and postage worldwide) from samplemagic.com and at £49.95 (exclusive digital download) from soundstosample.com More information:
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