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Native Instruments Artist Expansion The Stereotypes v1.0.0 [MULTiFORMAT]

Native Instruments Artist Expansion The Stereotypes v1.0.0
SYNTHiC4TE | 24 October 2019 | 563 MB
Native Instrument has released Artist Expansion: The Stereotypes, a new expansion created by the chart-topping production team behind some of the last decade's biggest hits.

The Expansion is the first in a new artist-created series which channels the signature sounds of leading electronic music producers, sharing their own production toolkits with the world.

ARTIST EXPANSION: THE STEREOTYPES encompasses the polished pop-production aesthetic that the team has contributed to Bruno Mars, Justin Bieber, Red Velvet, Cardi B, and many more. The genre-spanning sound gives a nod to R&B, West Coast hip-hop, funk, and EDM, uniting a squeaky-clean production aesthetic with a touch of underground edge.

The Expansion is packed with popped basses, crisp kits, and sampled hardware synths, as well as catchy melodic loops. The team also cracked open some of their biggest productions from the last decade, even reworking their own patches for MASSIVE and MONARK.

ARTIST EXPANSION: THE STEREOTYPES joins a growing range of over 60 Expansions. These sound packs contain everything a musician needs to create a full track in a specific style, and can be used in any DAW.

Artist Expansion: The Stereotypes features

163 loops.
217 drum samples: 53 hi-hats, 36 percussion, 25 snares, 45 kicks, 21 claps, 21 cymbals, 5 shakers, 11 toms.
122 one-shots.
33 Battery kits, 25 Maschine kits.
2 Massive presets, 4 Monark presets.
Maschine exclusive: 105 Patterns, 3 Drumsynth presets, 5 Sampled Instruments, 1 Bass Synth preset, 5 Projects.

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RnB, Rap or Hip Hop, Funk


  • jamesbond
    24 October 2019 17:16
    • Very strange...its samples but the pack comes as an ISO and in it are 2 files - THE STEREOTYPES 1.0.0 SET UP PC.exe and THE STEREOTYPES INSTALLER MAC.pkg

      If this is a SOUNDPACK - why .exe and .pkg files ? Any answer/ help ? Thx


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