Complextro Sound Pack

Samplerbanks releases Electro Sting      25/02/14

Electro Sting from Samplerbanks is a brand new Electro / Complextro sound pack made by Nawarro that they say brings you the most amusing yet shocking electro moments for your next production.

A spokesperson told us, "The author of this pack, Nawarro, was inspired by the moments of tribal and percussive music as well as artists like Deadmau5, Sander van Doorn and Wippenberg. He used Minimonsta, DCAM Synths and Omnisphere to create a duality pack: straight, powerful and filthy synth riffs, screaming leads and massive basslines on one side. Synth riffs layered with urban and futuristict tones, modulations taken to the extreme and crossfading live while recording the loops on the other side make this compilation an electro / complextro hit pack. The sampled kicks are out of the synthesizers, but the majority one-shot samples were developed using some long-standing layering techniques. If you need inspiration for your Complextro, Electro, or EDM track, Electro Sting will tease your mind."

CONTENT DETAILS:
• 535 GB original sounds, 100% royalty-free
• 326 24-bit loops categorized into Bass, Top and Synth Loops
• 11 Sampler presets (Claps / Snare, Hihats, Kicks, Percussion, Synths, SFX, Vocal FX) 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:
$33 / €24 / £ 19.95

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