ThaLoops

ThaLoops has released Templetone, a virtual instrument designed for Hip Hop production.

Templetone features over 100 instrument presets. Choose between wild drums, bizarre 808s, sorrow vocal chops, synthwavey keys or fractious percussion instruments -- all in one plugin.

Richard Chernekov, Owner of ThaLoops, states:

Over the last decade at ThaLoops, we've been honoured to have designed sounds used by Scott Storch, Diplo, Mick Shultz, among many others. With Templetone, we offer every musician a unique sound suite for Hip Hop production.

Templetone features 6 main instrument groups, presenting a variety of one-shot ethnic instruments, vocals, drums, 808 presets and multi-layer keys and percussion instrument presets, integrated with ThaLoops signature layering method for organic and analog feel.

Templetone virtual instrument features:

  • A virtual instrument for Hip Hop music production.
  • 106 instrument presets.
  • ThaLoops signature layering method for organic and analog feel.

Templetone (VST/AU) is available at the ThaLoops store for the introductory price of $49.

Video presentation: YouTube.com/watch?v=6Y3rkT6fWK8

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