bLiNd Releases New Sample Pack!

bLiNd has made available for a low price, all of the single shot drums he uses for most of the music he makes whether it’s for bLiNd, Steven Silo, or any other EDM commission.

Having been asked a lot to release his drum sounds by several artists that he works with so here they are in 44khz 24 bit glory. The styles include house, trance, future bass, and various acoustic samples (and bonus loops in the styles of future bass and trance) Grab it now for only $10!

What’s in the kit?
bLiNd’s Drums One Shots

79 Kicks (Deep House, Electro House, Trance, Future Bass and Misc)
17 Claps (Layered and Single)
53 Cymbals (Electronic & Acoustic – Crashes, Splashes, China, Rides)
28 Closed Hihats (Electronic and Acoustic)
21 Open Hihats (Electronic and Acoustic)
34 Snares (Electronic and Acoustic)
14 Toms (Electronic and Acoustic)
22 Percussions (Electronic and Acoustic)
15 FX (Bonus of various videogame related and foley effects)

02 Bass Drops
(Signature bLiNd Bass drops created in Stomper
Freeware (Windows 95) I have used these things in almost every electronic track I have created in the past 15 years)

bLiNd’s Drum Loops
50 Trance Drum Loops (Split into categories of Kicks, Claps, Hihat,
Percussion, and Rides)
13 Future Bass Loops (Various Full Drum Loops or Drum Top loops from 140-163bpm)

Your support goes towards more gear for more music of course!

RobKTA – Ambush Vibes (Persona 5 Remix)

Italian nu disco / house producer RobKTA brings us our first remix from the Persona 5 Soundtrack! This funky house tune was created for all those folks who support Rob on Patreon!

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Baroqueen x Grimecraft – Believe In Us Remix

Producer and classically trained musician Baroqueen just released a remix EP of her single, “Believe In Us”, and this remix is by Grimecraft!

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ROM Hack Round Up: Series Crossovers Part 1

Back in the days when mascots were firmly attached to certain systems, we often wondered, what would Sonic look like on the NES, or Mario on a Sega Console? Such questions “sort of” get answered by these ROM hacks. The amount of work that went into these is surprising really, considering there was little or no profit to be made. That said, it sure is interesting to see familiar nostalgic game elements mixed and matched into something new.

In fact, the recent amazing hack Metroid: Rogue Dawn even has a little homage section (I won’t spoil it here) to one of the classics. Here’s a few more to get your nostalgic mash-up fix.

 

Sonic the Hedgehog / Somari

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Somari is not actually a ROM hack, but a unlicensed NES game that puts Mario into the world of Sonic the Hedgehog. Apparently it was sold illegally in asian countries as it clearly has stolen art from both Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog. Somari is a bit buggy and glitchy, so recently a hacker created the Sonic the Hedgehog for NES Rom Hack based on Somari. It puts our favorite blue Hedgehog back in the mix and corrects lots of sound and physics glitches in the original Somari ROM. It also does a better job of creating those iconic Sonic songs on  the NES. It was often argued in the 90’s that Sonic was impossible on the NES, and while the speed does’t quite measure up, the gameplay actually does.

Megaman In The Mushroom Kingdom

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Megaman is the subject of many, many Rom Hacks. And with good reason! Capcom’s 8-bit platformers are some of the best music, controls and gameplay ever seen on the NES. Megaman in the Mushroom Kingdom sends the blue bomber through a variety of stages from Super Mario Bros. 1, 2 and 3. It’s a very high quality ROM and tons of fun. The music is mostly yanked from other NES Megaman games and graphics from all the Mario games. Each Robot’s stage represents a different area from one of the three originals. This is one of the most enjoyable cross-over games I’ve ever played.

 

There are some more whacky crossovers out there, stay tuned for more.

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