‘Progressive Electro House Session 1’ raises the bar to impossible heights in this gargantuan collection of Construction Kits, Drum Loops, Drum One-Shots, MIDI files, Sylenth Presets and OMF files. Huge builds, Earth-shattering drops and infectious grooves make this an utterly essential buy for producers of all levels. Within this vast product you’ll find five slick and polished Construction Kits, giving you access to all the elements heard within the main mixes including deep bass-lines, dizzying synth FX, pounding drums and uplifting chord progressions. Each kit contains MIDI data for the majority of its melodic and percussive content.
Weighing in at 1.4 GB this alone would constitute a product in itself, but it doesn’t stop there. Also included is a toolbox of Progressive Electro House drum & synth One-Shots and bonus loops totalling a further 460 MB. You’ll find everything from kicks and snares to percussion and FX.
As if this wasn’t enough, this product also includes OMF files, giving you access to the inner workings of each Construction Kit. Create a completely new mix and arrangement using this industry-standard format.
25 Sylenth Presets seal the deal, ranging from bass and FX to plucks and arpeggiators.
MIDI Files Included:
‘Progressive Electro House Session 1’ includes MIDI files for the majority of musical phrases heard in each Kit, allowing you to seamlessly mix your favourite synths and samplers with the sounds contained in the pack.
Advantages of MIDI:
While the supplied ACID/Apple Loops/REX content is extremely flexible and powerful, MIDI has the added benefit of allowing you to go to extremes of pitch and tempo beyond which the loops were originally recorded, with no time stretching or pitch shifting artefacts. Furthermore, you can make tweaks to the riffs so they fit perfectly into your existing mixes.
Each Construction Kit features one-shot melodic and drum samples, allowing you to create new beats, fills and loops to compliment the existing material. Simply load them up into your sampler of choice and create an infinite number of new beats and phrases. This product also includes a large number of additional One-Shot samples not heard in the Construction Kits themselves.
For users looking to simply drag and drop, the ‘wet’ files contain all of the effects processing heard in the audio demos. But for producers looking to create their own effects mix, ‘dry’ loops are also included. Don’t like the wet loops? No problem, add your own effects.
This sample library also comes with unlooped/tail versions allowing you to end a phrase with the decay of the reverb/delay applied to the loop. This is particularly useful for beginner and intermmediate producers.
Lennar Digital’s Sylenth is one of the most powerful Virtual Analog synth plugins on the market, and ‘Progressive Electro House Session 1’ provides you with 25 stunning presets for it. Use them to create new complimentary content, or as a starting point for your own patches.
About using the OMF files (Arrangements):
OMF format (Open Media Format) allows you to import complete arrangements of audio loops into virtually any sequencer (see below for list). Once the OMF has been loaded, you will see all of the regions of the track on screen, with chunks of audio data on separate tracks, all named by instrument (as if you’d produced the track yourself). This format allows you to (i) Learn the secrets of how to create stunning Progressive Electro House tracks (ii) Remix the arrangements to create powerful new tracks which you can then release. Dry loops were used when building the OMF files so feel free to add your own reverb and/or favourite FX to a phrase. PLEASE NOTE: The OMF files sum up all volumes of the individual tracks while all faders are set to 0 db. Therefore, please set your master fader to around -7 db (or less) to avoid clipping and take it from there.
List of Sequencers with OMF Import: Here is a list of all sequencers that will import the full OMF arrangements. When you import these OMF arrangements you will be able to see them in your sequencer as if you had produced them yourself: