Loops-Lab has announced EDM Drops, a sample library by naBBoo.
Throw in some excellent drops to your productions with “EDM Drops” The fundamental nightclub time of year, fresh from Loops Lab exclusive studio. Move the dancing crowd with hottest EDM Build Ups & Drops!
Consists of 3 complete construction kits produced by naBBoo, Connect the blank between verse and chorus, keeping the party thriving through to the early morning hours.
EDM Drops features
24-bit WAV, AIFF and REX2 formats included.
Tempo: 128 BPM.
Total size: 857 MB (uncompressed).
Professionally mixed and mastered **by many times awarded producer naBBoo.
Frontline Producer has launched Dubstep Metal Guitars, a collection of dark and deadly guitar loops, pulled from the pit and ‘tune ready’ for producers worldwide.
This time we equipped the studio with a Mesa Boogie Rectifier glued on maximum, a collection of axes and a gang of guitarists, that when you added up their combined ages, it mysteriously came to six hundred and sixty six
All we had to do was cautiously press record.
However, enough of the effort, headaches and bleeding ears that went into the creation of these masterpieces from below, what you actually want to know is what to expect in this metal monstrosity.
Designed by Taichi Furudate, these patches are based on audio captured from a no-input mixer, an instrument contrived by connecting the output of an audio mixer with its input to incite feedback. The third in a series of four titles, each centered on a different mixer, this release features a four channel model, circa 1980’s, by a Japanese manufacturer.
The timbres generated by the mixer used in Mixer Feedback model Y MM30 K can be described as “smooth, clean and glossy”, according to Taichi Furudate. He also adds that the direct outputs, which are unaffected by the master section graphic equalizer, allow for complex routings, highlighting its suitability as a no-input mixer. Another feature of this particular model is an onboard echo effects unit the manufacturer peculiarly refers to as the “Bucket Brigade Delay” (“BBD”), the sound of which he characterizes as “retro and lofi like early tape music”. Its plastic casing and its light weight, as well as the fact that it was purchased for 500 Japanese yen (roughly $6) in 2010, coupled with its set of features and “smooth, clean and glossy” sound may indicate that the model was presumably inexpensive, yet offered desirable value for the money in its time.
The 41.5 MB download includes 50 .nki files and 160 WAV files (24-bit/44.1 kHz).
The sound library is available to purchase for $29.99 USD.
Ableton’s Push is the most innovative new instrument to hit the market in years. So we decided to place one in the hands of the world’s most innovative keyboard player: Jordan Rudess. See how Dream Theater’s synth wizard pushes Push to the limit!
When we proposed this course to our partners at Ableton, we wanted to see what magic might happen when a master musician/composer met Push for the first time. So we sent a pre-release version of Push to Jordan Rudess and gave him week to learn it before our camera crew appeared a his front door. We set up a video shoot –in his technology filled music room– and set the stage to let Jordan share his experience and expertise in creating and performing with Push.
The course is available AskVideo Library Pass subscribers now. A HD download is available from macProVideo.com for $19.50 USD.