Samplerbanks says that after Electrolyzium and Electrolyzium 2, the third episode of the Electrolyzium series has arrived. They tell us that Electrolyzium 3 is an exciting mission deployed into the world of today's electronic dance music scene.
The producer of the pack, Levente Marton a.k.a Sunny Lax shares his thoughts on making the Electrolyzium 3:
"The fundamental principle of 'less is more' has never been so dominant as these days: only a few but very elaborated and strong sounds are presented in a track that makes the a big impact on all PA systems, be it a small club or a huge festival with thousands of music lovers. Being effective with lesser sounds is much harder compared to masking the errors of the mix with many simultaneous sounds. For this raw, beefy sound you'll need the best material and this is why I recommend Electrolyzium 3 for you. This is the result of 14 years of professional experience, I used special techniques you won't find on blogs or YouTube tutorials.
Each and every sample and loop has been refined up to the finest details, so as they instantly fit into the mix. The listener will be attracted by the elementary, gripping sound, be it a deep bass, a sharp wonky lead or a multi-layered percussive top loop."
The pack is available as separate ACID WAV, Apple Loops, Ableton Live Pack and Reason Refill formats. If you need just certain parts of the package, you can purchase the Bass + Synth Loops, Drum + Top Loops and the sampler presets as separate packs in Kontakt, HALion, EXS24, Reason NN-XT, SFZ and Ableton Live Sampler / Simpler formats.
• 1.36 GB original sounds, 100% royalty-free
• 578 24-bit loops categorized into Bass, Drum, Top and Synth Loops
• 31 Sampler presets in Kontakt, HALion, EXS24, Reason NN-XT, sfz and Live Sampler / Simpler format
• Formats: ACID WAV / Apple Loops / Ableton Live Pack / Reason Refill REX2 / thematic WAV packs
• All sounds are 100% royalty-free for your production.
Pricing and Availability:
$49 / €36 / £ 29.95
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