Prime Loops Releases Dubstep Demolition

Sample pack offers over 240MB of hard dubstep elements      28/05/14

Prime Loops has released Dubstep Demolition which they say delivers over 240MB of crushing synths, brutal bass & drum loops, SFX and one truly unique folder of heavily modulated, twisted powertools delivering an innovative collection of defective robotic sounds.

Dubstep Demolition is presented in a choice of formats so you can choose the one ideal for your favourite DAW.  This 24-bit sound library delivers 7 folders of Drum Hits, Drum Loops with Kick, Drum Loops without Kick, SFX Hits, Robot Sounds, Bassline Loops and Synth Hits.

A spokesperson had this to say, "This heavily energised sample pack is designed specifically for those who want to ride the success of Dubstep to the very next level, pushing the conventions of this huge genre in fresh directions and putting their sound at the forefront of the Dubstep evolution. It's also ideal for those who simply want to add a little extremity into their own sounds, no matter what their chosen genre is.  This volatile package provides the hardest Dubstep elements we've ever produced.

Adding these samples to your DAW could not be easier! Simply select your chosen files from their respective folders and drag them over your software, then release that left-click and drop them directly into your mix! You can even adjust the length of each sample while it's in your mix, thereby altering the tempo to any speed you require.

So for a royalty-free collection of next level Dubstep sounds, including hazardous high voltage sparking synths, spasmodic lazer bass attacks, malicious machinery, bludgeoning impacts and rogue SFX, look no further than Dubstep Demolition, brand new from the Prime Loops crew!"



Pricing and Availability:
£14.95

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