Equinox Sounds Releases Trap & Dirty South MIDI Melodies

30 melodies in MIDI and WAV formats      14/02/13
Equinox Sounds Releases Trap & Dirty South MIDI Melodies


Equinox Sounds tells us that Trap & Dirty South MIDI Melodies features 30 melodies in MIDI and WAV formats inspired by some of the top Dirty South/Trap artists and producers on the scene such as Lex Luger, Mike Will, Yung Chop, Drumma Boi, Lil Wayne, T.I., Gucci Mane, Young Jeezy, and more.

A spokesperson told us, "You will also get these 30 melodies in WAV format and each melody is accompanied by its corresponding drum loop in a separate file so you can mix them if you want. These melodies and drum loops come labelled with the original tempo when recorded.

As these patterns are supplied in MIDI format, they will provide you with as much flexibility as possible. You can edit and transpose them, assign any sound you want and get your own and original melodic lines. The editing possibilities are endless as you can play the performances at any tempo or pitch without artefacts.

You can use these MIDI files as a jumping-off point to start your own track or base your production entirely around them as they are 100% royalty-free."


Features:

• 30 Trap & Dirty South MIDI Melodies
• 30 Trap & Dirty South WAV Melodies
• 30 Drum Loops in WAV Format
• BPM Information Included
• 100% Royalty-Free


Pricing and Availability:

Trap & Dirty South MIDI Melodies is currently available for $19.95 as a download.

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