Prime Loops Bleep Machine
From far beyond the limits of nostalgia, Prime Loops brings you this collection of analogue synth FX.
Inspired by the era of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, this experimental array of electronic pulses and glitches has been recorded with classic analogue synths such as the Roland Juno 106, Roland MKS-30, the Korg Monopoly and the Polyvox.
Containing a range of sci-fi sounds suitable for instant addition to dub, reggae, electro, breaks, dubstep, drum & bass, dancehall, acid, techno hiphop and other electronic genres.
"Bleep Machine" is available as an instant download in a range of formats including .WAV, Ableton Live Pack, Apple Loops and more from www.primeloops.com, priced at only £9.95.
For more information, listening preview and free demo samples visit bit.ly/bleepmachine.
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