Gabber Longkicks Sample Pack

by Sonshayne Sounds

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Gabber Longkicks

'Gabber Longkicks' from Sonshayne Sounds are a new designed kick drums resource for advanced Gabba, Gabber and Hardcore producers. These 2-3 seconds long, very loud and steady kicking bass drums have been designed for very loud and booming recordings. They can be cut to any needed lenght and were recorded and mastered clipping-free in crystal-clear 24-Bit Audio.

Who Is This Product For?

• Advanced Gabber, Gabba and Hardcore music producers

Features:

• 2-3 Seconds long, very loud and steady kicks for Gabber, Gabba and Hardcore

• Super saturated, full sounding sounds

• Kicks can be cutted to any needed lenght

• Not generated by timestreching, but thru a special saturation line with VCA tweaking and clipping prevention

• Recorded in crystal-clear 24-Bit Audio for best dynamic range

• No clipping at recording and inside the samples, therefore mixable without generating undesirable sound artifacts

• Totally new designed sounds thru custom-made recording setup

• A lot of work and finetuning was needed to generate these 160 kicks in a very large palette of available sound flavours

About the Demo:

It is preferable to listen to the demo with good headphones or with active speakers on your computer to hear the full dynamic range.

The musical elements in the demo that are not kicks were added for demonstration purposes and are not included.

Available Formats:

• 24-Bit WAV 44.1 kHz Stereo

• 16-Bit WAV 44.1 kHz Stereo

DOWNLOAD LINK IS INCLUDED IN BONUS FILE

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released April 20, 2016

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Sonshayne Sounds Germany

After purchase, you can instantly download a zip containing the download link(s) of your sample kit(s).

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We are a sample company from germany.

Our aim are good sounds at low prices.

Before located at producerloops, we offer now our sounds 24 / 7 at bandcamp.
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