City Of Drums And Beats

FXpansion release a GURU expansion pack      28/06/10
City Of Drums And Beats


FXpansion has announced City of Drums and Beats, a GURU expansion pack featuring an exclusive suite of sounds from Mike Acosta, a.k.a. DJ Michael Trance. Here's what they have to say about it...
With a slew of hard-edged sounds perfect for high-intensity urban beats, City of Drums and Beats features inspirational kits and loops ideal for hip-hop, grime, house and dubstep. Mike's prolific career as a DJ and producer includes a host of releases for labels such as SHR Recordings, Aqua Boogie, Miswax and Priority Records, remixes for numerous best-selling artists and a string of residencies at top west-coast clubs.
The samples include solid, slab-like bass drums, cutting hats and snares full of energy and crunch, mashed and twisted through a through a variety of processors for more thick grime and lo-fi flavour. Other highlights include a chromatic 808 bass kit and a selection of loop-based construction kits, the perfect fuel for your creative ideas. On top of this, there's a selection of ready-made patterns full of groove and feel.
City of Drums and Beats comes with GURU-format kits and pattern banks, as well as the original samples in industry-standard WAV and REX2 formats.
Features Include:
  • 30 drum kits (kick/snare/hihat/other)
  • 16 menu kits (each containing only kicks, snares or hit sounds)
  • 11 loop kits
  • 3 pattern banks
  • 63 REX loops and over 820 WAV sounds in total
Pricing and Availability:
City of Drums and Beats is a download-only product and is available now from the FXpansion web shop.
Pricing is GBP £25.00, Euro €35.00, USD $50.00 for all registered GURU owners. More information:

More From: FXPANSION
Even more news...



More Videos

Sonic LAB: UAD2 Thermionic Culture Vulture 

All tube studio overdrive emulation for DSP


Sonic LAB: Moog Sub 37 Synthesizer 

A beast of a synthesizer


Cubase Focus: Mixing Workflow with Track Visibility 

More power tips for managing large projects


Berlin Diaries: KOMA Elektronik Headquarters 

A chat with the new kids on the block