A Brace Of New Samples From Diginoiz

Future Power Pop, West Coast Wave 3, Modern Pop Producers Kit + Raps Advocate      28/07/11

A Brace Of New Samples From Diginoiz


 

Diginoiz have been busy with four new titles - so plenty to tell us about, we’d better not waste any space waffling:

 
 

Future Power Pop

Nine carefully selected modern pop construction kits. High tempo, crazy, extremely melodic and powerful samples made on highest quality gear, including old school world class drum machines.

 

Over 1GB, 118 multi-format loops (115-135 BPM) in Modern Pop / Club genre.

INSTANT DOWNLOAD PRICE: €22.00 EUR

http://www.diginoiz.com/?q=urban-construction-series/future-power-pop

 
 

West Coast Wave 3

Nine Hip Hop construction kits with a West Coast  vibe. All of them were composed and produced by an expert in West Coast sounds.  

Over 1.2GB, 114 multi-format loops (91-95 BPM) in West Coast Hip Hop!

INSTANT DOWNLOAD PRICE: €22.00 EUR

http://www.diginoiz.com/?q=urban-construction-series/west-coast-wave-3

 

Modern Pop – Producers Kit

Producers Kit contains over 150 loops (Drum, Arps, Keys, Bass, Synth, Pads, Percs, Orchestral and Lead lops)

Over 1.3GB multi-format loops (125 BPM) in Modern Pop / Pop genre!

 
 

INSTANT DOWNLOAD PRICE: €26.00 EUR

http://www.diginoiz.com/?q=urban-loops-line/modern-pop-producers-kit


 

Rap’s Advocate

Uncompromising, hard, our next Urban/Hip Hop genre product with sounds that you won't find in other sample packs.

5 construction kits, over 730Mb, 69 multi-format loops (94-97 BPM) in Hip Hop genre.

 

INSTANT DOWNLOAD PRICE: €14.00 EUR

http://www.diginoiz.com/?q=urban-construction-series/raps-advocate

 

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