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The Minimal Synthetic collection includes about 700MB of minimal sounds, with about 1100 individual samples provided, including 350 Loops and 49 ready to play patches for soft samplers including Reason NNXT, Halion, Kontakt, EXS and SFZ.

In detail, expect to find 22 'Asia’ influenced almost tribal loops, 67 Micro-minimal Bass Loops, 33 Bongo Loops, 127 Minimal Drumloops, 37 'Mini-Beat’ Loops, 31 Muzik Loops, 11 Pad loops, 21 SFX Loops, 92 Minimal SFX Loops, 92 SFX Hits, 21 Tones and 50 Minimal Textures.

A part of this collection is made up of 26 Synthetic 'Kits’ which are made up of no less than 665 Single Processed micro-samples and presented in all the usual soft sampler formats. The idea is that you can quickly and easily make your own drumloops and glitched out minimal patterns for percussion or even as synthlines, Loopmasters says.

You also get 21 Patches for the tones, and patches for the SFX sounds and Textures.

For more information, visit www.loopmasters.com.
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