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Beat releases free "Assault" soundbank for Zampler

Beat has released Assault (via Facebook), a new free soundbank for Zampler.

Assault contains big basses, brilliant leads, fluffy pads in 112 presets. The Zampler pack comes with 2.5 gigabyte of carefully sampled sounds from synths like Dave Smith Instruments Prophet 12 & Tempest and Dreadbox Murmux, ready to go and for free.

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