One Shot Instrument And FX Samples

Dope Loops releases One Shot Artillery Volume 1 for Ableton and more      30/07/12
One Shot Instrument And FX Samples


FatLoud's label Dope Loops has released One Shot Artillery Volume 1 - the first Dope Loops production toolkit containing various one shot instrument & FX samples made especially for Ableton Live users but also compatible with any other software and hardware samplers which can use WAV or AIFF samples formats.
FatLoud tell us that you get a collection of 430 one shot samples grouped into 8 categories: brass, guitar, keys, misc (glitch, circuit, sweep, boom, real fx, ambience), multi, organ, strings and synth. They say that these are all carefully programmed & integrated into Live's advanced audio environment (only Live Pack format) - you can easily loop, change sample playback start point, transpose, filter, apply filter envelopes, overdrive or add effects on the fly using Live's macro controls for all your composing, remixing and sample-mangling needs.
Every preset in Live Pack format comes in two versions: looped and normal (you can still loop "normal" version easily using macro controls, but "looped" version has individually adjusted sample end points for smoother sound when looping). All samples in this collection are multiformat and 100% compatible with modern hardware & software samplers.
Features
  • completely royalty free material to use within your commercial compositions
  • 430 samples divided in to 8 categories: brass, guitar, keys, misc, multi, organ, strings & synth
  • 5 formats: Live Pack, ReFill, 16 bit WAV, 24 bit WAV, 24 bit AIFF
  • 100% compatibility with all modern software & hardware samplers Pricing and Availability:
    EUR 49.90 More information:

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