Soundtrack Loops presents Corrosive Machines. Produced by Colin C. at The Cell Studio in Portland OR, CORROSIVE MACHINES is all about, as Colin puts it, "heavily combative beats." Based on what's happening here, we can run with that. Let's break it down: six folders hold a total of 105 loops and 35 one-shots. The drum loops are stark and brutal, with roots in breakbeat and industrial forms; producer Colin C brings smart, subtle, and real VCF action that's never too blaring, obnoxious or tasteless, making these beats nuanced and highly layerable for producers who want full control over dynamic builds, transitions, modulations and movements. The drum one shots are varied enough to complement every different feel in the library and include pulverizing kicks, snares, toms, and metallic objects. The bass loops are growly, with choices ranging from smooth legato to churning staccato. The slamming sound effect hits are mostly designed as auxiliary hard percussive events. The percussion loops bring flurries of eighth and sixteenth note patterns for making easy accents. Finally, the ripping synth loops are a highlight of this collection—intense, highly sculpted, and again, marked with the VCF work of a consummate pro producer. Real thing! All in all, we think these heavily combative beats have a chance at winning the gold on your DAW project timeline.
105 loops, 35 one-shots.
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Corrosive Machines is available to download on sale for $15 for a limited time from the KVR Marketplace or direct from the Soundtrack Loops website here.