Deep and driving electronic house powered by the sound of dub. Get to grips with an arsenal of undulating machine rhythms, hypnotic chords and immersive, druggy textures designed for the after-hours and beyond.
A connoisseurs selection of audio goodies ideal for underground house and techno this analogue-digital hybrid has been produced and optimised for punch as well as texture. Using vintage tape-delay and reverbs to imbue chord stabs, sub-bass and drum elements with just the right amount of authenticity and grit this is the real dubby deal.
Drum Loops - 150 driving, muscular and analogue beats mixed for punch and presence. Every drum loop is served with individual stripped stems at 124bpm.
Bass Loops - Powerful mono-synth licks, funky subs and raw analogue phrases key and tempo labelled for your convenience. Served with MIDI where possible.
FX Shots - Grimey synth shots, dub delay impacts and lo-fi drum hit textures.
Atmosphere Loops - Repurposed industrial ambiences, television chatter and tape hiss audio beds ideal for adding a layer of intrigue to your track.
Pad Loops - Tempo-filtered pad loops and lo-fi harmonic textures.
Melodic Hits - Dubbed-out bass and synth multisample shots and instruments for unrestricted and experimental deep-house production.
Synth Loops - 61 dub-delay synth sequences, polyphonic chord loops and ethereal arpeggios key/tempo labelled at 124bpm and served with MIDI where possible.
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