Tackling the perennial problem of finding credible dance vocals head on comes acclaimed Lot 49 vocalist Odissi, with this 303MB sample pack loaded with twisted electro-infused vocals, adlibs, spoken word lines and more. Original dance vocals are something we get asked about more than anything else at S2S and the truth is they’re hard to come by. But not for Odissi, whose vocals – at the same time sultry and sordid – grace productions from Meat Katie and D. Ramirez, to Dylan Rhymes and Quest. Here she serves up 13 all-new bpm-labeled construction kits (between 127 and 130bpm), with each song featuring double tracks broken out, plus associated harmonies, adlibs, choruses and different verses as 24-bit Wav files.
Most samples are presented dry for maximum flexibility, while some are effected for the full electro-punk vibe.
With song titles including “Bang like a kick drum”, “Paperdoll”, “Red light”, “Disco and stilettos”, “The new generation” and “You’re gone”, the pack delivers song-starters galore (almost any line could be used as a one-shot to be effected and abused in a track) without the endless tired adlibs and wails delivered by some of the substandard packs around.
304MB and 24-bit is the technical stuff. File under Electro Punk and be as pleasantly surprised as I was.