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Samplerbanks Progressive Bits sample pack is influenced by EDM's biggest stars      17/03/14

Samplerbanks has announced Progressive Bits, which they describe as a smart sample pack from Codar (Tekknology Music) with full phat beats (all building layers including fills are included), big-room bass lines, rising synths riffs and all drum kit essentials.

A spokesperson told us, "Loops are locked and loaded at 128bpm and key-labeled for your convenience. Each folder offers club-ready loops inspired by the likes of Borgeous, Martin Garrix, Alvaro, Blasterjaxx, Showtek and Dimitri Vegas. Loops are available not just as ACID-ised WAV files, but you can get them in Apple Loop, REX2, Reason 5 ReFill or Ableton Live Pack formats by your preference. Re-program the loops, add some fx treatment per slice, tweak, transpose and mangle the REX2 slices to discover infinite variations of the original samples! For full flexbility, majority of the Bass and Synth Loops are provided as MIDI files as well. Expand your sonic arsenal with Progressive Bits for any Mainroom, EDM, Progressive or Electro track. 100% killer, zero filler!"


CONTENT DETAILS:

  • 660 MB original sounds, 100% royalty-free
  • 329 24-bit loops categorized into Bass, Drum, Drum Fills and Synth Loops
  • 169 one-shot samples (Drums, Percussion, FX)
  • 108 MIDI files (Bass, Synth)
  • 8 Sampler presets in Kontakt, HALion, EXS24, Reason NN-XT, sfz, Live Sampler / Simpler and DrumRack format
  • Formats: ACID WAV / Apple Loops / Ableton Live Pack / Reason Refill / REX2
  • All sounds are 100% royalty-free for your production.

 


Pricing and Availability:
$41 / €30 / £ 24.95

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