123creative.com releases Neuro House Sample pack
123creative.com has released the Neuro House Sample pack, in cooperation with Electronisounds.
According to 123creative.com, Neuro House offers fresh, creative, raw, filthy, funky, uber-processed, warped, filtered, underground, gritty and inspiring samples, all supplied in a uniform tempo (128bpm) and key (Fminor). This pack is announced as easy to use and versatile and all samples and loops are meant to work together.
This pack was specifcally designed for producers who love to chop, tweak and re-arrange loops and samples. It aims at the following (almost endless) list of genres: House, Neuro House, Bass House, Neurofunk, Underground House, Electro, Wobble House, Electro House, Dance, Grime, Glitch, Underground Techno, Dubstep, Complextro, Nu-school chemical beat, abstrakt leftfield bass music, etc.
A special Bonus 340 drum sound one-shots (selected from some of the editor's other sample packs) is also included.
The pack includes:
- 283 Samples + Bonus 340 drum sound one-shots
- Bass Loops: 64
- Drum One-Shots: 62
- Melodic combo Loops: 64
- Sound FX (Loops + Sounds): 16
- Synth Loops: 64
- Top Loops: 13
- BONUS: 340 drum sound one-shots (Analog Percussion, FX, Claps, Crashes, Hats, Kicks, Snares, Sub Kicks, Toms and more)
- Included format: *.WAV
- Every sample is very well labeled
- All samples tempo-synced at 128bpm
- All samples in the key of Fminor
- All Samples 24-bit.
- PC & Mac Compatible
The Neuro House Sample Pack is available at an introductory price of 13.89€ - 37% off its announced full price of 22.04€.
More info and sound demo available from 123creative.com.
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