190 High-Quality / 24Bit / 44,100 Hz WAV Loops;
Grouped in 5 folders (Beats, Basses, Pads, Stabs, and Synths);
Mixed and Mastered for convenient Drag-And-Drop use;
The instrument, Key and BMP labeled;
Loops can be mixed together to make a full beat from zero;
The whole palette of emotions: from dark and deep to bright and light.
Created by A.Fruit, Famitsu, Jan Amit, Haarps aka BOGUE, Pixelord, ZAKLADKI
Hyperboloid presents "Cyber Future" Loop Kit in collaboration with Traktrain Store! It contains 190 original audio files of different styles and technics with a huge variety of keys & tempos. All sounds are professionally performed and recorded by several label artists. Grouped in 5 folders you can put loops from Beats, Basses, Pads, Stabs, and Synths together to make a ready-to-go beat from a zero point.
If you are looking for a completely new experience and are an independent producer, this kit will suit you! This pack is also suitable for genres such as Future Bass, IDM, Drum 'n' Bass, Jungle, Juke, and Footwork. This set is a great addition to your sample library, as it will never be boring and will open for you for a long time from more and more new sides.
Hyperboloid Records is one of the top Russian music labels that release futuristic electronic music without style restrictions. The label catalog contains tracks by Russian producers, as well as musicians from around the world, such as Pixelord, Famitsu, BOGUE, A.Fruit, Jan Amit, ZAKLADKI, and many others. For this kit, Hyperboloid attracted a wide variety of participants with a fairly diverse repertoire of musical styles. The label's portfolio includes yearly tours around the world, well-known audio and video releases, many successful cases for promoting artists and tons of places bombed with bass.
released December 2, 2019
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Hyperboloid Records is a label of blender-full, forward-thinking and phuture-yet-present music, in flavors of current
mutations of electronic club music, both deconstructed and newly found incverted and transcended music genres, generally arranged under bass and experimental sections in music stores...more