Prime Loops Release Hyper Vocals

127 vocal shouts and samples for Electro, Dubstep, Techno, Drum 'n Bass      07/09/11
Prime Loops Release Hyper Vocals


Prime Loops say that if vocals are what is missing from you Electro, Dubstep, Miami Bass, Drum 'n Bass, Trance, Grime, Glitch or Techno productions, then Hyper Vocals will give you a collection of vocal samples to add everything from a simple hook to your track to a uniting shout-along moment for all.
Prime Loops PR lady told Sonic State, "Hyper Vocals comes packed with 127 vocal samples separated into four chapters to give you a wide range of different sounds and phrases. 'Future Bots' bring you ultra-dry, pitched and digitally twisted vocals that appear to come right out of the 23rd century. 'Machine Bots' showcases some of those Kraftwerky, steel-cold vocals that stiffen your spine in an instant. 'Retro Bots' takes you back to the golden ages of the Daleks and Cylons with warm droning analogue robot-speak and 'Scary Robots' assembles a thorough selection of nightmarish man-machine utterings that seem to echo from space."
The collection of vocals in Hyper Vocals have been exclusively produced for Prime Loops and each and every sample comes fully 24Bit mastered and pre-formatted for most major software and hardware. Like all sample packs from Prime Loops this pack comes 100% royalty free.
Formats include: .WAV, .AIFF Samples, Garageband, FL Studio, Akai MPC, Sonar SFZ, Kontakt, Halion, EXS24, Reason Refill and more.
Pricing and Availability:
Hyper Vocals is available to download for £9.95 More information:
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