Ueberschall has released Disco House. A spokesperson told us, "Here, funky Disco loops meet groovy bassline licks and punchy kick-drum samples. Inspired by Disco sounds of the 70s, Disco House infects your current dance productions with boogie-fever."
Here's the details in Ueberschall's own words:
Ten construction kits and 1.4 gigabyte content offer a plethora of inspiration for any production - no matter if music, film scores, web-sound or other multimedia related projects. Disco House melts 70s retro-sound with up-to-date dance floor feeling.
Disco House offers more than 670 royalty free loops and samples, containing all elements to create funky Disco House tracks. A wide choice of grooving drum loops, fat bass drums, funky guitar licks, warm synth- and electric bass phrases, strings, e-piano, pads, percussion and FX-sounds can be combined to entirely new song structures using Ueberschall's Elastik Player. Navigation and combination within the library is facilitated by a clear structure and additional name-addings for tempo and key notes.
Ueberschall's Elastik Player is the ideal tool for loop-based productions. With just a few mouse clicks, the loops of Disco House can be adjusted in speed and pitch to any track. The intuitive browser commonly manages all Elastik libraries for immediate access to all loops. This way, not only loops of a single library can be combined freely but across all installed Elastik libraries - a huge pool for remixing. Functions such as resample, formant and reverse as well as the effective multi mode filter with a slope of up to 72dB per octave pickup DJ-workflow-elements, allowing for effective changes of the loops and for creative sound design.
Disco House is a collaborative production of Marc Steinmeier and producer Ron Paul of Timetools studios. This facility has been responsible for productions such as Timo Maas, Martin Buttrich, Loco Dice and many others.
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