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Dance Sample from Loopmasters

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Acid house's influence on dance music is tangible considering the sheer number of electronic music tracks referencing acid house through the use of its sounds, including Trance, Goa Trance, Psy Trance, Breakbeat, Techno, Trip-Hop and House music.


DJ’s and producers using tracks or sounds from acid house that appeared in the 1990s and 2000s include 808 State, DJ Pierre, Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim, Luke Vibert, Aphex Twin, The Future Sound of London and many others including artists far outside the acid house genre such as Madonna, the Beastie Boys, and Nine Inch Nails.

The Future Acid sample pack created by Marco Scherer for Loopmasters includes 909 style Drums alongside the 303 Synth and Bass lines, all with a more modern, minimal edge which are aligned to current music production styles and methods, and modern Electro, Tech and Progressive House and Trance, according to Loopmasters.

In this collection you get over 300MB of royalty free material which includes 300 Wav files, 300 Apple Loops and 300 Rex2 Files. You also get 65 Midi Files with the programming for the patterns allowing you to trigger your own synths and soft samplers.

You get Acid Basses, 303-esque Pads and basslines, synth FX and omodulation and tweakability with this collection of 192 Synth, Bass, Pad and Musical elements, complemented with a collection of 100+ Drum Loops and Percussion parts which are created in the style of the 303’s partner – the Roland 909 Drum Machine.

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£19–95

To listen to the demo and see more info – www.loopmasters.com/product/details/298
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