Spaced-Out Sounds

Prime Loops release Dubstep Illusions      22/06/11
Spaced-Out Sounds


Prime Loops has released Dubstep Illusions, a new sample set. Here's their press release with what they have to say about it...
Prime Loops' latest cornucopia of loops and samples, "Dubstep Illusion" takes influence from the likes of Burial, Mount Kimbie, Breakage, Sepalcure, Peverelist and Jamie XX to bring you an endlessly pulsating flow of spaced-out, atmospheric and imaginative sounds for anyone looking for that Dubstep, Downbeat, Dub, Ambient or Lounge sound.
From funky and light-hearted future garage vibes to mega-dark and deep to dub attacks, "Dubstep Illusion" has it all and as always every detail has been engineered to 24Bit sound quality and comes 100% royalty free. This collection includes 500MB+ of drum loops, one-shot percussions, endless arrays of shaker varieties, airy synth lines and pads, piano loops, FX sounds and ultra-low frequency bass loops and all the sounds in this pack come in a stepping tempo of 135-142BPM.
Whether you are looking to add some weight into your instrumentals or build a solid sonic foundation for your musical creations "Dubstep Illusion" works with all the most popular software package and will provide you with instant inspiration that you can easily drag and drop into your production.
Formats include: .WAV, Apple Loops, Acid Loops, Rex2 Loops, Reason Refill, Akai MPC and more.
Pricing and Availability:
Dubstep Illusions is available to download for £17.95
More information:
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six    Said...

because the world needs more dubstep much like it needs a New Kids on the Block cover band.

22-Jun-11 05:31 PM


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