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!
(T-T)b (“tee-tee-bee” unofficially) has released their debut album this week entitled ‘Good Talk’. The chiptune trio from Boston, MA sites Anamanaguchi, Weezer, and Wavves among some of their influences, which are evident in tracks like ‘Slimers’.
Joey Dussault, his brother Nick and Jake Cardinal from Dinoczar recorded an EP ‘Pizza Planet‘ last year and release their debut through Play It Loud! You can get a sweet t-shirt bundle with an album or even a cassette version!
While Star Fox Zero, Nintendo’s highly anticipated sequel to Starfox 64 comes out tomorrow, and the Internet isn’t short with hype. Nintendo released a full 15 minute animated short to promote the new installment.
My label GameChops has produced a music video that’s briming with hype, combining visuals from Starfox 64 and Star Fox Zero with an original EDM tune inspired by the Starfox sound effects.
Intense game promo is nothing new, check out this (maybe official) Star Fox 64 promo video from 1997