WNAMM09: More Dancehall Madness

Ueberschall announces the upcoming release of Dancehall Madness Vol. II      22/01/09

WNAMM09: More Dancehall Madness


Ueberschall have announced a new upcoming Elastik Soundbank. Here's what they have to say about it...
Dancehall Madness Vol. II is the easy way to create any synthetic dancehall riddim you want. 34 Construction Kits, including vocals by three different singers (two male and one female), provide a highly effective way to quickly develop a broad variety of new- and old school styles in Class-A audio quality.
Dancehall Madness Vol.II comes piled up with 628 smashing Dancehall loops and samples. Jam packed with club oriented drums, basses, percussions, synth sounds, vocals, chords and a massive effect section. Dancehall Madness Vol.II works perfect in combination with Dancehall Madness Vol.I. This allows users to build full productions within minutes by mix-matching & layering loops from both products!
Lightening Fast Blasting Tracks!
Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS
Elastik Player included - no sampler required!
Elastik Features:
  • highspeed timestretching and pitchshifting in best quality
  • innovative „LoopEye" for fast loop variations
  • all parameters midi controllable
  • multiple content management
  • each product separately installable
  • mapping tools (automatic slice- & chromatic-map)
  • save audio of original and modified loops
  • creation of user presets
  • filter with 'kill function' (-72db)
  • adaptable to tempos from 10 to 480 bpm
  • audio engine for quick adaptation
Pricing and Availability:
Dancehall Madness Vol. II will be available for 119,- USD / 99,- Euro / 17.800,- Yen / 69,- GBP More information:



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