Producer Loops Releases Experimental Dubstep Vol 5

Another five construction kits      06/06/13

Producer Loops Releases Experimental Dubstep Vol 5


Producer Loops tells us that Experimental Dubstep Vol 5 marks the fifth installment of this series from Jeff Rhodes, creator of 'Ambient Glitch', 'Dance Glitch', and co-creator of the 'World Tek' series, who they say delivers five Construction Kits packed full of immovable basses, irresistible grooves, and synths stacked chest high.

A spokesperson told us, "Jeff wanted to create some compelling set pieces for your audio movies to take place in. A sense of place and space, somewhere things happen, grow, and change unexpectedly over time, while also leaving room for musicians to add their own heroes and villians, and decide the ultimate course of events. With a unique and quirky vibe, 'Experimental Dubstep Vol 5' takes that familiar half time groove and infuses it with experimental processing, abstract melodies and dizzying electronic ambience – perfect for all of you mad-Dub-scientists out there! All loops are recorded at 140 BPM in this unmissable Volume, so you can mix and match between the Kits and use them in many other styles of music."

Product Specifications:
• 5 Construction Kits
• ACIDized WAV Files
• Apple Loops/AIFF Files
• REX2 Loops
• Reason ReFill
• Loops sync to BPM
• PC/Mac Compatible
• Royalty-Free (No Exceptions)

Pricing and Availability:

Experimental Dubstep Vol 5 is available for instant download for £24.95 / 29,20 EUR / $31.82 USD

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