Prime Loops Release Dubstep Invasion

200 heavy duty Dubstep loops and samples      17/05/11

Prime Loops Release Dubstep Invasion


Here's what Prime Loops have to say about the new Dubstep Invasion sample pack:
Taking influence from Bassnectar, Diplo, Skrillex, Magnetic Man, Skream, Benga and a host of other Dubstep artists comes Prime Loops' latest release, "Dubstep Invasion", produced by our newest producer and skilled beat freak MRK1 to give you that authentic Dubstep sound.
"Dubstep Invasion", is packed full of 300Mb+ of over 200 heavy duty Dubstep loops and samples including drum loops, wobble basslines, drum one-shots, SFX samples and more all dutifully manufactured, professionally mastered, tried, tested and polished by the Prime Loops' team to bring you all the 100% royalty free bass, percussion and synth sounds you need.
As with all our other Prime Loops' releases "Dubstep Invasion", will work on any setup and is available as an instant download to allow you to drag and drop the sounds where you want them to create our own genre-defining dubstep tracks straight away.
Formats include: .WAV, FL Studio, Acid Loops, Reason Refill, Garageband, Ableton Live Pack and more.
Pricing and Availability:
Dubstep Invasion is available to download for £14.95 More information:

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