Do You Produce Industrial Music With A Cinematic Theme?

Soundtrack Loops' latest sample pack has just what you need      10/05/12
Do You Produce Industrial Music With A Cinematic Theme?


Soundtrack Loops has released Cinematic Industrial Loops & Samples which they tell us contains 221 loops and 105 One-shots for producing Industrial music with a cinematic theme. Soundtrack Loops and sound designer/producer Jason Donnelly have joined forces to conjure up Cinematic Industrial, a set of loops and samples for producing Industrial, EBM, and Dark Dance music. They tell us that there are six construction kits, a comprehensive assortment of mangled beats, sizzling sound effects, and post apocalyptic transition effects.
Kits include heavy guitars, arpeggiated synths, pads, SFX, basses, kicks, snares, hi hats, and leads. In addition to the construction kits there are 65 noisy drum one shots, 40 SFX one-shots, 62 drum fills, 20 Industrial Basses, 25 Industrial Basses, and 19 Synthetic Rhythm Effects. Total loop count equals 221 files and 105 One-shots. Tempos vary from 70 BPM all the way up to 140 BPM. Files contain key and tempo information.
A Soundtrack Loops spokesperson told Sonic State, "This collection is inspired by artists like Combichrist, Die Sektor, Grendel, Columbine, Front Line Assembly, Skinny Puppy, Stromkern, Amduscia, Julien-K, and Covenant. Donnelly has produced music for popular TV shows such as Portlandia on IFC, TV Guide Network's reality show Nail Files, and Design Squad Nation on PBS Kids."
Formats (24 bit stereo 44.1kHz): ACIDized Wav, Apple-looped AIF, Ableton Live Alp.
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