Future Garage

Loopmasters release a new sample collection connecting UK Garage, Dubstep, Detroit and Dub-Techno      01/04/10

Future Garage


Here's the press release...
Future Garage invites you to join the dots between UK Garage, Dubstep, Detroit and Dub-Techno with a heavyweight arsenal of swung beats and sci-fi atmospherics.
Taking a cue from producers like Burial, 2562 and Martyn, this exclusive collection combines cutting-edge 4x4 and 2-step rhythms (ranging between 132 and 138 bpm) with an accomplished sonic palette that will really get your creative juices flowing.
Swung kicks, shuffling hats, snappy snares and speaker-shaking bass are packaged together with Minimal and Techno-infused lead, chord, and arp sequences, along with a unique selection of haunting pads, spine-tingling sweeps and SFX plus a range of futuristic vocal stabs and cuts thrown in for good measure!
As always, Push Button Bang delivers exceptional, original samples that you'll enjoy using as the final 'icing' on your production or just dragging and dropping together to make professional sounding tunes from scratch.
Flash-forward your beats into the next millenium: start stepping into the future with Future Garage.
Pricing and Availability:
£19.95 More information:

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