Massive Trap

ModeAudio releases Future Trap - Massive Presets & MIDI Loops      24/07/14

Massive Trap


ModeAudio says that Future Trap - Massive Presets & MIDI Loops is a sound library that pays deep respect to Trap's roots yet looks hungrily onwards towards it's exciting future. Here's the details in their own words...

Combining the deep and dark qualities of early Dirty South, including its thunderous 808-style bass, nightmarish tuned percussion and zippy arp synths, with the slick and sleek nature of contemporary EDM, this release manages to sound both classic and refreshingly forward-thinking at the same time.

The 50 included presets cover a wealth of musical ground, from razor sharp siren leads, deep, quaking basses, lazy, pitch-modulated pads and acrobatic arps to punchy percussion, muscular SFX and beyond. All are infused with a boundless, bouncing energy that allows them to sit right up front with the most cutting-edge EDM productions.

We've programmed all 8 macro controls of every single preset for fully adjustable flexibility and the 50 accompanying, key-labelled MIDI loops will allow you to instantly audition each sound. Propel your Trap & EDM music fearlessly into the future with Future Trap - Massive Presets & MIDI Loops now!

Pack Details:

  • 50 .nmsv presets (808 basses, synth leads, arps, gated synths, pads, percussion & SFX)
  • 50 MIDI loops (key-labelled)
  • 100% royalty-free


Pricing and Availability:
£12 / $20.48 / €15.21
Use FUTURE10 code for 10% discount.

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