Sounds For House Producers

Resonance Sound releases Audio Boutique Electric Elements 3      13/04/12
Sounds For House Producers


Resonance Sound has released Electric Elements 3 - the latest offspring of Audio Boutique's series of sample libraries. They tell us that once again, producers Ramon Zenker and Harald ("Harada") Aufmuth prove that they can be ranked among the top-producers of contemporary club sound. A spokesperson told Sonic State, "This latest episode of Electric Elements is again dedicated towards the production of TechHouse, Minimal and Electro House tracks, surrendering any kind of superfluous clichÈs. This library offers unusual FX, up- and downlifters, drum- and hi-hat-loops, basslines as well as atmospheric backgrounds - fully up-to-date and totally fresh."
Resonance Sound says that all loops and FX Sounds were produced a 127 bpm and that the use of standard formats Wav, Apple Loops and REX allows simple drag and drop usage and free combination in your preferred DAW. In addition, the sounds are available in Kontakt and EXS format.
Content:
  • 20 atmospherical sounds
  • 40 bass loops
  • 30 hi-hat loops
  • 100 mixed loops, partially with bass drum
  • 33 one-shot-effects
  • 30 up & downlifters
Formats: 24 bit Wav, REX, Apple Loops, EXS & Kontakt Patches included
Audio Boutique is a cooperation of two German producers: Ramon Zenker has been producing club sound for two decades, being successful in different genres of electronic music. Harald ("Harada") Aufmuth has established his name in the Minimal-/Deep Techno genre with releases on BluFin, Trapez, Micro.fon, Kiddaz.fm and Leftroom. Pricing and Availability:
29,95 Euro More information:
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