Future Progressive House Vol 2 is the second installment in a series from The Madison and Producer Loops. Here's the details in Producer Loops' own words...
The "Future Progressive House" series is back again with style and power, bringing you five fully mixed and mastered Construction Kits, produced to the highest standards and ready to inspire you to create your next House hit.
You'll find everything from wobble basses and buzzing synth leads to lush pads, compressed pianos and dizzying arpeggios, all underpinned by powerful and solid drum beats. Add to this a selection of risers, uplifters and killer drops and you've got all the ingredients necessary to construct countless floor fillers.
The Madison boasts a distinctive production style, recognisable by his trademark delicate melodies, vocal glitches and unapologetic, cone-trembling basslines. By experimenting with state-of-the-art production techniques, while combining the genre's signature elements, he has created a versatile collection of Kits sure to become a staple in any Progressive producer's arsenal.
The possibilities don't just stop at House music. Mix and match these key/tempo tagged loops with any number of Producer Loops libraries and create your own unique sound.
'Future Progressive House Vol 2' comes in multiple formats with some great features designed for the discerning producer.
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.
Pricing and Availability:
Future Progressive House Vol 2 is available for instant download for £29.95 / 34,70 EUR / $39.09 USD.
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