8 Construction Kits For Club Music

Equinox Sounds releases Clubby Kits sample pack      28/11/12

8 Construction Kits For Club Music


Equinox Sounds has released Clubby Kits, a downloadable sample pack that they tell us features features 8 Construction Kits for producing outstanding club music such as Electro, Electro House, House, Commercial and Progressive inspired by the latest chart-topping club hits. All the MIDI parts of these Kits are also supplied.Here's the details in Equinox Sounds' own words:

Clubby Kits includes 8 Construction Kits made for producers who want to make Electro, Electro House, House, Commercial and Progressive radio and club bombs. Each Kit is provided with the BPM and presented with a full mix and its component parts.

The collection also includes the MIDI parts of these Construction Kits.

Each of these Kits is given its own unique treatment, to create a pack which has all of the unmistakable hallmarks of the genre but with a sound all of its own and available in WAV and MIDI formats.

Features:

• 8 Construction Kits
• MIDI parts of the Construction Kits included

Specifications:

• BPM Range: 128-132 BPM
• 161 MB Uncompressed
• 100% Royalty-Free

Formats:

• WAV
• MIDI

Pricing and Availability:
Clubby Kits is currently available for $19.95 as a download.

More information:

 

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