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Dancehall Madness Vol. II

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Loop Module Plugin by Ueberschall
$119 / €99
Dancehall Madness Vol. II
Dancehall Madness Vol. II by Ueberschall is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin and a Standalone Application for macOS and Windows. It includes, and is therefore "powered by", Elastik, which functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin, an AAX Plugin and a Standalone Application.
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Dancehall Madness Vol. II is an easy way to create any synthetic dancehall riddim you want, according to Ueberschall. 34 Construction Kits, including vocals by three different singers (two male and one female), provide an effective way to quickly develop a broad variety of new- and old-school styles. This library comes with 628 Dancehall loops and samples - club oriented drums, basses, percussions, synth sounds, vocals, chords and a large effect section.

Dancehall Madness Vol.II works perfect in combination with Dancehall Madness Vol. I. The integrated sample player Elastik Player allows users to build full productions within minutes by mix-matching and layering loops from both products.

Summary:

  • 1.7 GB, 34 Construction Kits, 628 Loops and Samples.
  • Elastik Player included: Windows and Mac OS X; VST, AU & RTAS formats.

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