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Samplephonics has released Kaleidoscopic, a new collection of loops, samples and instruments designed with Deep House and Electronica in mind.

According to Samplephonics, Kaleidoscopic is a collection of loops, samples and instruments which includes drum loops, analogue basses, piano melodies, contorted vocal lines, twisted processed guitars, synth chords, intricate percussion patterns and atmospheric effects, as well as a large folder of one shot claps, clicks, drums, vox, FX and percussion sounds. It includes a total 238 loops and 160 one-shots.

Available formats include Apple Loops, Acid, Rex and 24 Bit Wav, and come as playable sampler instruments for Ableton Sampler, NNXT, Halion, Maschine, Kontakt, Motu MachFive, SFZ and EXS24.

Kaleidoscope is available now for £34.70. More details (as well as an audio demo and a free 10-sample demo pack) are available at Samplephonics.com.

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