Splice Sounds has launched a new sample pack titled Amsterdam Recording Company: Decades of Sonic Treats, a collection of loops and one shot samples created with gear from the Amsterdam Recording Company.
The equipment at Amsterdam Recording Company covers decades of recording technology and music creation. From 1930s RCA ribbon mics for a classic tone to Rhodes Chroma synths for ‘80s atmosphere. From ‘60s drum kits to vintage v77 mic preamps that capture instant flavor on drum tracks. Built around the unique 1972 Polygram mixing console, this equipment is a treat for any music producer.
To bring their sonic playground to you, Amsterdam Recording Company created a sample pack full of loops and one-shots to be used in any production without the confines of genres. Among loads of other treats, you’ll find dark and gloomy synths, vintage drum loops, cinematic one-shots, and electric guitar licks. This pack provides samples full of character, ready to be dropped in your tracks as they are, and free to be transformed to fit your style.
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You’ll find loads of drums plus brass, guitar, FX, and vocals.
The sample packs and individual sounds are available to Splice Sounds subscribers. New Splice users can sign up for the Sounds 100 plan and get 1 month free access with the REKKERD20 promo code.
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