Ueberschall has released Trap, a new sound library that they say features sound material that makes everyone start to twerk.
A spokesperson told us, "Make your own Trap tracks or get inspiration for your music, no matter what style you are in. Whether you like Hood Trap, EDM Trap, PsyTrap, DubTrap or whatever Trap you want to make - Ueberschalls Trap library, 1.2 GB with the finest and fattest loops and samples for your productions, is your weapon of choice."
Here's the details in Ueberschall's own words...
The complete soundbank is filled with extraordinary samples, beatz, basslines, synths, pads, FX sounds and a whole bunch of drum and percussion sounds. Each of the 442 samples is labeled with BPM information and keynote (key signatures).
The Add-On snarerolls, synthlines and tape stops deliver quick inspirations for your own tracks. Rounded up with 7 authentic 808 and 909 Trap style drum kits, this soundbank has all you need for professional bass blowing productions.
Each of the 15 construction kits contain up to three different parts. Each part includes the complete mix and each instrument as single layer. Even the drumloops are separated into single tracks and can be combined with your own production. For a fast and easy workflow you can also load the complete mixdown of the drums directly into an exisiting project.
Thanks to its clear structure the Elastik player is the ideal tool for fast and modern music production. Each loop in Trap contains information on tempo and key, so you can quickly find the right sample for your production. The „élastique pro"-algorithm by zplane offers time stretching and pitch shifting in high quality, which makes it possible to adjust each sound even more to your own projects.
The keyword-based browser allows you to search through all installed Elastik libraries and freely combine them with each other. Creative and intuitive features such as formant, resample, reverse and multi-mode filter allow you to edit every loop from Trap even further.
Responsible for this Ueberschall production is Marc Steinmeier and Tuny Chris - a team that worked for companies like Universal Music, EMI Electrola and Sony / BMG. Many tracks and remixes from well known artists such as LL Cool J, Alicia Keys, George Clinton and Eminem owe them the finishing touch in terms of composition and sound design.
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