Splice has released two new exclusive Splice Sounds sample packs featuring the sounds of Shoffy and Lotic.
Shoffy’s Sounds of a Minor Paradise Sample Pack — The debut sample pack from singer-songwriter and producer, Shoffy will transport you into his sonic world with fluttering melodic guitar and synth lines, rumbly 808s, and modern one-shot samples.
The samples in “Sounds of a Minor Paradise” are designed to elevate your production.
With over 250 million streams to date, and his latest single “Cool Again” charting on top-40 radio, his sound combines elements of pop, R&B, dance, electronic, hip hop, and downtempo. Working out of his home studio, he provides all the instrumentation, mixing, and production.
Lotic ‘Body’ Pack — If industrial is a sound you’re into, Lotic has delivered the pack for you.
Regarding the Berlin-based producer’s latest album, Power, Pitchfork said: “Hearing a flurry of hi-hats and the growl of a square-wave synth can be alienating, albeit thrilling, without an explicitly human element to latch onto; by lacing the voice into their work, Lotic offers a hand to the listener, as if saying, ‘I’m here with you’.”
Now, you can use their sounds that almost teeter some unnamable edge while inviting the listener to be a part of what can best be described as a movement in your tracks.
Splice Sounds subscribers can now download the sounds of these sample packs. If you’re new to Splice you can sign up with promo code REKKERD20 to get 1 month free access with 100 download credits.
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