Big Phat Wobble Bass

Prime Loops releases a Dubstep Bass samples collection      28/01/11

Big Phat Wobble Bass

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Prime Loops has released the Big Phat Wobble Bass sample collection. Here's what they have to say about it...
Wobble bass has become a bass sound phenomenon, everyone's talking about it! Primarily coming from Dubstep but is now used in many genres including house, hip hop, drum n bass and many more. The London-based Prime Loops Team have released a new Dubstep Bass samples collection 'Big Phat Wobble Bass' which delivers 120+ wobble bass loops in many different styles. These loops can be mixed, pitched and chopped to create endless basslines!
Influenced by the likes of Nero, Skream, Benga, Bar9, Caspa, Modeselektor, Rusko, Jack Beats Noisia and many more, this sample pack contains tempos from 110Bpm right up to 140Bpm, giving you plenty of flexibility. And, if you want even more, the sample packs comes in many formats such as Apple Loops, Rex2 Loop Acid WAV Loops and many more, so the lops will auto-sync with your favourite software!
Simply Drag and Drop these sounds into your music-making program and you're ready to go! As you have come to expect with Prime Loops, all the sounds in "Big Phat Wobble Bass" come with a 100% royalty-free guarantee. This enables you to release your tunes whenever and wherever you want, without having to worry about any sample clearances or pricey licenses.
This release is designed in London, for those looking to get the infamous wobble sound.
Formats include: WAV, Apple Loops, Ableton Live Pack, MPC, ACID, Reason Refill, Rex2 Loops and many more! Pricing and Availability:
Big Phat Wobble Bass is available to download for £17.95 (currently on sale until 31st January 2010 as part of Prime Loops 'SuperProducer' Sale at £8.98) More information:


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