Prime Loops Unleash The Addict Trilogy

Synth Addict, Bass Addict & Drum Addict available in a single package      26/01/10
Prime Loops Unleash The Addict Trilogy


Here's the Prime Loops press release...
After 'Synth Addict' was released, it became Prime Loops' best-selling release of all time, and earned 10/10 Excellence Award from Music Tech Magazine. Then came 'Bass Addict' & 'Drum Addict' completing the Trilogy. now the full Addict series is available, and at a discounted price!
The Addict Trilogy contains over 450 loops, and weighs in at nearly Gigabyte. The sample pack concentrates on the upfront, modern side of genres such as Dubstep, Electro House, Tech, Breaks and the like. Bass, Drums and Synths parts come in abundance, and have been designed to gel together to quickly create tracks.
Prime Loops commented, "We took a great deal of care making sure all of the sound in this package were engineered and manufactured to perfection. All loops have been recorded in 24-bit audio ensuring the utmost quality, and as you've come to expect with all Prime Loops releases, the Addict Trilogy is completely royalty free, and can be used in all your projects and releases, this way you avoid sample licensing costs, and large label fees, keeping 100% ownership of your work."
This collection is totally exclusive to Prime Loops, and can only be downloaded from the Prime Loops website.
Formats include: WAV, Acid Loops, Rex2 Loops, Apple Loops, MPC, Reason Refill, Ableton Live Pack.
Pricing and Availability:
Addict Trilogy is available to download now for £39.95 (normally £50.95) More information:
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