CD 3 - LOOPS & LINES 130 + 140 bpm
87 x SB = Electronic Bass Lines
Monophone Bass Synthesizer Lines at 130
bpm. All elements are loopable and have a length of one to four bars. Each of the twelve
different bass figures are at pitches C to H.
22 x CH = Chords
This folder contains about 20 held
C-Major chords with soft pad and choir sounds at a length of one or two bars. You can also
use a chord of this 130 bpm group with one of another speed. At a speed of 120 bpm a loop
that is one bar long would end already 154 milliseconds before the end of the bar, at a
speed of 140 bpm the end of the chord would overlap with 132 milliseconds of the next bar
- an effect that makes sense and can be used selectively.
347 x DL = Drum Loop
Here you have a large selection of
almost 350 drum loops at 130 bpm in many current styles, of which many are available in
several variations, which simplifies the making of a complete song. By the way, all
drum loops in this comprehensive library are cut heissgeschnitten, therefore loopable und
can be inserted directly into audio sequencers.
240 x D1 = Drum Trax/Bass Drum
In the 130 group you have again access
to single drum tracks for mixing and combination with other loops. In this folder you find
240 bass drum patterns that were recorded each with six different kicks. The sound sample
with the last digit being 500 represents i.e. a bass drum pattern with one kick sound of
the X-base 09.
240 x D2 = Drum Trax/Snare
Here precisely the same: you find
alltogether 6 x 40 matching snare drum patterns - in our sample sound with the last digits
being 400 a "roaring" noise snare sound from the Electribe R. You can find an
exact decoding of the sounds and patterns on the DRUM TRAX
150 x D3 = Drum Trax/Hihats
And here are already the matching
patterns with open and closed Hihats. Our sample sound contains a loop of the Electribe
R-group with an accentuated pattern of the closed hihat.
150 x D4 = Drum Trax/Various
The fourth and last group of the drum
trax contains, depending on the instrument, different percussion sounds, but also Crash
and Ride-Cymbal patterns or Tom Breaks, like in our sample sound (last digit 900 = Simmons
28 x GH = Gated Chords
Here you find 28 areal sounds at eight
different pitches, that have been edited with the popular Gater Effect.
84 x VL = Various Lines
The last folder of the 130 bpm group
contains mono and polyphone synth lines and hooks with lengths of one or two bars. The
loop in our sound sample was played with the typical Pizzicato-Sound.
57 x SB = Electronic Bass Lines
Over 50 monophone Bass Synthesizer
Lines at 150 bpm, eight pitches and with lengths of one, two or four bars.
30 x CH = Chords
You find here 30 chords with synth pads
and stacks, from short, one beat sounds to sweeps over eight beats long.
248 x DL = Drum Loops
The Drum Loop folder at 140 bpm doesn't
offer just a collection of single loops, but whole sets with main beats, breaks (see
sample sound) etc. for each theme. The spectrum of the about 250 loops goes from straight,
dance floor usable loops, like in our example, to trashy and underground grooves.
16 x GH = Gated Chords
Small collection of 140s
"gated chords" (cut up chords) from C to C with lengths of one to two bars.
45 x VL = Various Lines
The last folder of this CD contains 45
Sequencer lines from melodic to askew at pitches like C-Major and lengths between one and
four bars. And also these are, like all other lines of this library exactly cut to the
respective speed "hei▀geschnitten", so that these files can be inserted into
your audio sequencer right away.
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