SoundSense GRIME SCENE (WAV ACID REX APPLE LOOPS)
Welcome to Grime Scene - a perfectly dark and dirty Hip-Hop and Grime library from Zero-G's SoundSense Series.
The SoundSense Series has been created to provide music producers with professional quality sounds at fantastic value for money, maintaining Zero-G's tradition of virtuosity, value and variety.
From one of the UK’s freshest Hip-Hop and Grime Producers comes Grime Scene; a library gaining massive respect from artists and producers around the world, incorporating Ragga, Grime, Reggae, Dubstep and many other influences.
Grime Scene contains the essential loops, growling basses, raw beats, and big clash sounds and a generous portion of grimey strings, percussion and atmospheres that will burn up any urban production.
This great collection gives you the raw materials needed to make authentic Grime and comes in multiple formats that should suit every music producer.
Formats supported include:
- AIFF Apple Loops
- Stylus RMX™
The SoundSense Series comprises of these titles - click on the names to find out more:
- 440 Acidized WAV files
- 440 AIFF Apple Loop files
- 160 REX2 files
- 500 MB of sounds
- Drum & Percussion Loops
- Construction Kits
- Dark Atmospheres
- Stabs and FX
- Drum Kits
- Strings & Pads
- ...and much more!
For more detailed info on the contents of Grime Scene, please take a look at the PDF of Contents for a full list of included samples.
Download Size (RAR file):
- 646 MB
"As well as those bass cones, Grime Scene will shake up your productions, with seven punchy grime and hip hop construction kits. The sounds are characteristically dark, dirty, and correspond authentically with what's going on in the UK scene right now. As well as the set construction kits, Grime Scene provides plenty of tough beats, violent drum hits, sinister atmospheres, raw stabs, creepy FX and the heaviest possible bass. There are elements of ragga, dubstep, garage, and even house here. All samples range from about 125 to 140 bpm and are split into all the usual categories. Rating: 9/10" - Computer Music Magazine, UK