Freaky Electronic Drum Loops

Prime Loops announce Mega Freak Beatz sample collection      16/11/11

Freaky Electronic Drum Loops

Taking influence, say Prime Loops, from Deadmau5, Skrillex, Major Lazer and Boys Noize comes Mega Freak Beatz - a carnival's worth of freaky electronic drum loops straight from the vaults of Prime Loops HQ. They say that this latest sample pack gives you extreme and edgy drum loops with exciting rhythms that are perfect for Electro, Dubstep, House and more.
Prime Loops PR person had this to say, "Mega Freak Beatz is packed with over 100 freakily versatile drum loops in a range between a dance-compatible 120bpm to a Dubstep-meets-Electro-friendly 140bpm. Whether you are looking for some extroverted rhythms for an insert to stun the crowd or dare to build a whole track around these multi-faceted drum loops the results will be fit for the heaviest dervish work-outs. Mega Freak Beatz comes subdivided into chapters like Chopped Freakz, Filtered Freakz, HalfTime Freakz and Minimal Freakz but those are merely meant as a guide for the mind-bending tomfooleries that can be explored within all of them. As usual all the sounds in this collection come 100% royalty free so you won't ever have to freak out over time consuming sample clearances again. Get ready to get freaky, fun and creative."
Formats include: .WAV, Apple Loops, FL Studio, Motu Mach Five, Garageband and more.
Pricing and Availability:
Mega Freak Beatz is available to download for £7.95 More information:

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