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Abstract Sounds Ethnic Deep [WAV, MiDi]

Abstract Sounds Ethnic Deep
P2P | 20 November 2020 | 173 MB
'Ethnic Deep' by Abstract Sounds is an extensive combination of Royalty-Free samples and loops inspired by the sound of different artists such as Mark Alow, So Inagawa and TOMAN, showcasing a strong prevalence of ethnic percussive sounds and atmospheres. This sample pack is your key to crafting extra-ordinary high quality music productions.

The atmospheres within the package are unique, with a key focus on Tribal and world wide inspired percussions and drums prepared to help the producers expand their horizons. Amongst the 200 files you will be able to choose between a variety of loops and MIDI for synths, kicks, claps, hi-hats, textures and other percussions, as well as a Construction Kit with pre-existing stems that will allow you to deliver a professional structure to your track.

All the samples have been created in Studio and they are the result of a mixture of analogue and digital instruments as well as plug-ins and VSTs. The former includes the likes of Moog, Peak, Minilogue, MicroFreak for what concerns the melodic lines, while the textures were generated by the de-construction of sounds recorded with the Tascam DR-05x. The Ethnic grooves and sounds feature the use of drum machines such as Elektron Model:Cycles or Digitakt, while the special kick drums sounds included in the package are all a product of the classic Vermona Kick Lancet. If you are looking for an unforgettable sounding experiences which is going to take you far away, then the Ethnic Deep package is made for you.

Product Details:

  • 10 Construction Kits
  • 10 Synth Loops
  • 10 Kick Loops
  • 10 Clap Loops
  • 10 Hi-Hat Loops
  • 10 Percussion Loops
  • 10 Texture Loops
  • MIDI Files
  • Key Labelled
  • 100% Royalty-Free


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