‘Supalife Tech House’ sets the standard yet again, bringing you FIVE multi-format Construction Kits packed full of minimal percussive top loops, FX builds & rises, vocal fragments, deep throbbing bass lines and more. MIDI, one-shots and a range of ot… ‘Supalife Tech House’ continues this trend in the form of five royalty-free Construction Kits composed and produced to the highest standard. Each kit contains all of the elements necessary to recreate the main demo mixes, from isolated drum parts to mind warping FX, dark & powerful bass lines, pads and atonal phrases that characterise the Tech House genre. As usual, each of these kits is given his own unique treatment, to create a pack which has all of the unmistakable hallmarks of the genre but with a sound all of its own.
Key and Tempo Tagging:
The files in this pack include tempo and key information in the filename (as well as embedded within the format) so you can see them at a glance. This is very useful for fast integration with your existing projects.
MIDI files have been provided for the melodic synthesizer riffs (including leads, pads and basslines). Therefore, if you want to put these melodies through your own synthesizers or plugins then no problem, simply import the MIDI file into your sequencer and select your own synth or plugin as the output.
Unlooped Riffs for Pro Producers:
We have included audio riffs that include reverb and delay tails for the professional producers out there. These do not loop because the reverb/delay tail can be up to 2 bars in length. These have been provided because sometimes you want the synthesizer lead part to fade out during a breakdown, for example.
Over 150 melodic and percussive one-shot samples are included (across all five kits) allowing you to create your own sampler patches to use alongside the included musical content. Ranging from pads, basses and lead sounds to percussion, drum and FX samples, you’ll find plenty here to augment this stunning set of Construction Kits.
Dry and Processed Loops:
We have included dry and processed (wet) versions of the loops for most parts, to give you ultimate flexibility when mixing these into your tracks. Beginners will want to use the wet versions, whereas the intermediate and advanced users will find the dry versions and MIDI files particularly useful.