More Construction Kits For Pop Charts Wannabes

Producer Loops release Commercial RnB: Trance & Dance Vol 5      07/09/11
More Construction Kits For Pop Charts Wannabes


Commercial RnB: Trance & Dance Vol 5 continues the series from Producer Loops, bringing you five more construction kits that they say are inspired by the hottest crossover styles in the charts today. Producer Loops tell us that, with both commercial and underground appeal, as well as a professional feature set, this is a must-have sample library for any wanna-be Pop icon.
A spokesperson for the company had this to say, "Combining the smoothest RnB progressions with the high energy, club-shaking sounds found in Trance, Electro and other Dance styles, Commercial RnB: Trance & Dance Vol 5 is a hugely versatile multi-format library that's set to fuel your next chart-smashing hit. Of course, with such an expertly crafted selection of raw and punchy basslines, in-your-face synth leads, pads, build FX and more, the appeal of this pack isn't limited to those looking for chart domination. Producers of more underground styles will find plenty of inspirational material suitable for virtually any kind of Electronic music.With every kit consisting of both A & B sections, this pack is about more than re-arranging loops. It's about building songs."
Pricing and Availability:
Commercial RnB: Trance & Dance Vol 5 is available for instant download for £24.95 / 29,11 EUR / $34.34 USD. More information:

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