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Wave Alchemy's latest release - Deep Tech & Progressive "fuses the deeper shades and melodic influences of house with the freshest techno and tech house sounds."

The sample pack features 950MB of 24-bit samples, loops and SFX.


Additionally included are 600 single hit drum samples.

 

Specs

  • 1308 24-bit, 100% royalty free wav samples
  • 654 professional edited REX loops
  • 434 drum loops including kick-free tech house tops, driving beats and stripped minimal grooves.
  • 116 bass loops featuring layered sub bass workouts, snappy analogue tones and deep progressive rhythms. Making use of such synths as the Future Retro XS, Korg MS-20 and Moog Voyager…
  • 104 synth and combi loops offering moody synth stabs, organic sound beds and fierce synth lines.
  • 600 esoteric and beautifully crafted electronic drum hits derived from the creative layering and processing of drum machines, synthesizers and organic field recordings. Some of the tools used include: Pearl Syncussion SY-1, TR-808 & 909, Jomox M-Brane, FR-XS, Purple Audio Action, A-Designs EM-PEQ, Spectra Sonics 610, EL Distressor & Fatso amongst others.
  • 62 sound effects samples combining finely designed up-risers, down-sweeps, tension builders and transition FX along with esoteric and obscure drones, impacts and soundscapes.
  • 17 drum kits including sampler patches for Battery, Kontakt, Reason NNXT, Halion, EXS24 and SFZ.
  • All loops have been recorded in either 125, 127 or 130 BPM with each file being individually named along with musical key information where appropriate.

 

Deep Tech & Progressive is available in several formats and file types to suit every set-up and studio requirement. Purchasing options include Ableton Live, Reason, Apple Loops and Main (WAV & REX).

 

Pricing

£39.95

 

Visit wavealchemy.co.uk and login to access all the free samples.

 

Deep Tech & Progressive Kit List

 

Sound Sources:

 

Sound Shaping:

  • Thermionic Culture Vulture Mastering Version
  • Empirical Labs Fatso
  • Empirical Labs Distressor
  • Cranesong Hedd
  • A-Designs EM-PEQ
  • Purple Audio Action
  • Spectra Sonics 610
  • SSL E Series EQ
  • SSL E Series Compressor
  • SPL Transient Designer
  • Sherman Filterbank 2
  • API 512c Pre-amp
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