Big Pack Of Dirty South Sounds

Producer Loops releases Commercial Dirty South Bundle (Vols 1- 3)      08/11/11

Big Pack Of Dirty South Sounds


Producer Loops tells us that Commercial Dirty South Bundle (Vols 1- 3) brings together their series into one product featuring 'Thumping, phat Construction Kits designed to give your Dirty South and Hip Hop productions all of the elements required to create hot, club-smashing hits.' Here's more details in their own words:
These multi-format Construction Kits include MIDI for all melodic parts and are Royalty-Free, ready to drop into your productions. Mix and match these kits in any number of ways to create pumping, body-grinding, memorable productions. All of the instrumentation you'd expect to find in Dirty South dance floor fillers is here, including:
  • Bass lines
  • Drum and percussion loops
  • Piano/keyboard phrases
  • Synth and pad loops
  • Strings
  • Brass
MIDI Files:
This multi-format pack is already hugely powerful and versatile in pre-rendered audio formats, but for those of you looking to get under the hood you'll find MIDI data ready to be assigned to your favourite synth or sampler. Play these phrases back in any key, at any tempo, with no hassle. You could even use them with other Producer Loops titles to create new and unheard combinations of styles.
Formats:
  • ACID/WAV
  • Apple Loops/AIFF
  • MIDI
  • REX2
  • ReFill for Reason 4.0+
  • All files are key and tempo tagged
Pricing and Availability:
Commercial Dirty South Bundle (Vols 1- 3) is available for instant download exclusively at ProducerLoops.com for £34.95 / 41,48 EUR / $47.60 USD. More information:

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