Prime Loops has announced the release of of two new sound libraries, Bleep Machine and Synth Bass Analogy.
Bleep Machine was inspired by the golden era of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. This experimental array of electronic pulses and glitches has been recorded exclusively with classic analogue synths such as the Roland Juno 106, Roland MKS-30, the Korg Monopoly, and the Polyvox.
Containing a wide range of sci-fi sounds suitable for instant addition to dub, reggae, electro, breaks, dubstep, drum & bass, dancehall, acid, techno, hiphop and other electronic genres.
"Bleep Machine" is available as an instant download and comes in a wide range of formats including WAV, Ableton Live Pack, Apple Loops, AIFF, FL Studio, and more.
Price is £9.95.
Synth Bass Analogy delivers a selection of 80 authentic analogue multi-patches for quickly including authentic analogue bass sounds in electronic music productions.
Pre-formatted for Kontakt, HALion, NN-XT, EXS24 and SFZ sampler software, these files give producers a powerful source of rich bass presets for styles such as electronica, house, ambient, garage, disco and minimal techno.
Sampled from legendary analogue synths such as Roland Juno 106, Roland MKS-30, Korg Mono/Poly, Polyvox, and Novation's Super Bass Station, these sounds really shine when you give them a bassline, triggering deep, warm sounds that fill the room and add colour to your productions.
Available for instant download in a wide range of formats including WAV, Kontakt, EXS24, HALion and many more.
Price is £12.95.
Visit www.primeloops.com for more info on Bleep Machine and Synth Bass Analogy.