New Seres Of EDM Construction Kits

Producer Loops release Future Progressive EDM Vol 1      08/01/15

New Seres Of EDM Construction Kits


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Producer Loops tells us that Future Progressive EDM Vol 1 kicks off a new series with a bang, featuring five Construction Kits full of huge drops, infectious synth leads, powerful risers and club-ready chord progressions inspired by Hardwell, Showtek, Calvin Harris, Nicky Romero & many more.

A spokesperson had this to say, "The sound of modern EDM is unmistakable; full of energy, suspense and a sense of euphoria. Future Progressive EDM Vol 1 captures this sound in high-definition and cranks it up a notch to deliver a power, pulsing vibe underpinned by melodic leads and chord progressions. Bright buzzing pads mix seamlessly with piercing synth leads accompanied by a powerful drum and bass section weaving in and out of swing time to create a hypnotic and entrancing sound.

All files are supplied in pristine 24-Bit WAV quality and Apple Loops. Add to this Dry & Wet files, FX Tails and MIDI files and you've got a powerful and versatile product for any serious EDM producer. You'll find all of the elements you need to re-create the true sound of EDM complete with FX Tails, Dry & Wet files and MIDI. Take your EDM productions to dizzying heights with this expertly produced pack."


Specifications:

  • 5 Construction Kits
  • 118 Individual Audio Files
  • Includes Riser FX, Synth Leads & Drops
  • ACIDized WAV Files

 

Pricing and Availability:
Future Progressive EDM Vol 1 is available for instant download for £34.95 / 44,69 EUR.

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