Ueberschall releases LoungeOramA
Ueberschall has announced the release of LoungeOramA, a new Elastik Player-based sample library featuring 1.7 GB / 880 loops and samples in 20 construction kit mix foundations.
Each mix, backing and drum bed in a kit are over a full minute in length. All source material loops and samples used to make the full mix are included. Outro / Intros, Verses and Chorus provide the framework of all kits.
LoungeORama provides samples with a variety of Rhodes licks, vintage analog synthesizers and drum machines, live-recorded basslines, guitars and percussion, atmospheres and fx. Separate drumloops (bassdrum, snare, hi-hat loops) and many single sounds are also included.
Select Construction Kits were produced by Danya Vodovoz. Originating from Hannover/ Germany, Danya Vodovoz has collaborated with Mousse T. and Raul Paz. He has released on labels like Ministry Of Sound, Peppermint Jam, Stereo Cool and Nave and recently remixed 4Hero's Morning Child alongside Massive Attack.
LoungeOramA is available now with an MSRP of $119 / €99 / 17.800 / £69.
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