Sample Anatomy Releases ‘Future Trap & Glitch’ Construction Kit

Sample Anatomy has just released a new sound library, Future Trap and Glitch, which they’ve dubbed (ha) a construction kit for Trap, GltichHop, Dubstep or Broken Beat producers.

The creators have organized the sounds in Future Trap and Glitch into “kits” made up of different classes of “grooves,” collections of loops that all fit together. The user can then pull apart the anatomy of these grooves and use them as is, or remix and “remangle” to their hearts’ content. A total of 16 “grooves” come in two BPMs covering the lower and upper tempos:  100 and 140 Beats Per Minute. Continue reading

The Sickness Step Sequencer Max For Live Tutorials

Sonic Faction has published 2 new Max for Live tutorial videos featuring The Sickness Step Sequencer for APC40 and Launchpad.

The Sickness Step Sequencer comes with purchase of The Sickness, a new synth for Ableton Live. This device turns your APC40 or Launchpad into a hands-on, command center for The Sickness.

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Arturia Intros Spark Dubstep

Arturia has announced availability of SPARK DubStep, a software suite dedicated to heavy-duty dubstep rhythm track construction.

Features:

  • 30 different kits ranging from pure wobble anthems to revisited EDM and Hip Hop tracks on dub steroids.
  • More than 960 pre-programmed MIDI patterns, that you can also customize to your needs.
  • Made for live performance: FX Pad, Looper, Slicer and Real-time automation on all parameters.
  • 14 high quality effects : Multiband Compressor, Reverb, Sub generator, Destroyer, Bit crusher, Multiband EQ, Chorus, Delay, Distortion, Phaser, Plate reverb, Flanger, Space pan, Limiter.
  • Spark’s Step Sequencer makes track creation a breeze.
  • Perfect integration: 16 independant audio outputs, midi I/O.
  • Unparalleled sound quality based on virtual analog synthesis (TAE®) and high resolution sampling.
  • Playable through any MIDI keyboard or drumpads.

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How To Make An Aggressive Dubstep Bass In Reason

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Max Rehbein (aka Dorincourt) explains his approach to making an aggressive dubstep bass:

Using the standard Reason devices, learn how to really get your sound to roar by using effects and how to make it sit well in the mix.

After this, you’ll be able to make that love-it-or-hate-it dirty wobble bass we all know!

via PropellerheadSW