Sample Pack Features 160 Bass Loops

Producer Loops releases Future Progressive Basslines Vol 1      16/01/13
Sample Pack Features 160 Bass Loops


Future Progressive Basslines Vol 1 starts off a brand new series from The Madison and Producer Loops. They say that, with over 160 loops in 25 folders, you're sure to find the right bass line for your next track. A range of keys are covered, and all loops are written at a uniform mid-tempo, making them all completely interchangeable.

A spokesperson told us, "Razor-sharp tonality and bold phrasing make these loops perfect for modern, cutting-edge Progressive House and other electronic productions."

Wet and dry files are included, as well as side chained and non side chained. A bonus folder containing 23 percussive loops is also included to get you started.

About The Producer:

Hailing from the Ukraine, a country that continues to emerge with new production talents, Stanislav Nozdrachov or The Madison as you may know him, has leapt to fame, enjoying consistent Beatport Top 100 chart placements and recent success on labels such as Armada, Enhanced and Infrasonic. He has gone on to remix for high profile artists, such as Matt Darey, Tritonal, Susana, Ana Criado, Dennis Sheperd, and many more.

Technical Specifications:

  • 25 folders and 160+ loops
  • Bonus percussion folder
  • ACIDized WAV Files
  • Apple Loops/AIFF Files
  • REX2 Loops
  • Reason ReFill
  • Loops sync to BPM
  • 44.1 kHz/24-Bit
  • PC/Mac Compatible
  • Royalty-Free (No Exceptions)



Pricing and Availability:

Future Progressive Basslines Vol 1 is available for instant download  for `£22.46 / 27,02 EUR / $30.09 USD.

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