New loops and synths for SampleTank 3 Free
This week, IK Multimedia offers 5 new collections of instruments for the free version of SampleTank 3.
You can now complete your collection of instruments for SampleTank 3 Free with the following:
- Synth Lead: a sawtooth-wave analog-type synth with delayed vibrato and echoed reverb for EDM, vintage rock or R&B productions. 3 MIDI patterns are included.
- Synth Pad: a warm filtered 4-oscillator sawtooth-wave string synths with filter modulation via aftertouch or modulation wheel. It also features 3 MIDI patterns.
- Synth FX : 40 brass, orchestral and percussion hits mapped chromatically to the keyboard to add character to your compositions. A brass MIDI pattern is included.
- Hip Hop 9 109 BPM: 17 acoustic drum loops for hip hop, R&B, funk, fusion or rock tracks, with multiple articulations
- EDM 4 128 BPM: 63 loops chromatically mapped to the keyboard that can be used as a construction kit for EDM productions. Loops include separate elements (kick, snares, claps, percussion, synth effects, bass, pads, comping…).
You can download these new instruments for free from www.ikmultimedia.com.
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