SM White Label ChiptuneMULTIFORMAT

SM White Label ChiptuneMULTIFORMAT

Atari-bleeps, retro modded synths and classic circuit-bent sequencing clash with Grime, Electro and Synth Pop in ‘Chiptune’. A nostalgia fuelled collection of lo-fi melodics, bit glitched drum sounds and neon-hued arpeggios harking back to the glory days of Computer Music.

Take a trip back to video game nostalgia with an epic 200 drum-shots and chord stabs in custom Kontakt Instruments, we’ve gone all for ease of use and flexbility in creating your very own old-school beats and melodics in the style of Transylvania and Super Mario Bros. Inspired by the likes of synthpop pioneers like Crystal Castles and the Klaxons as much as the urban grime sounds of Kano and Boy In Da Corner, expect a solid 400MB+ of the best loop, samples, MIDI and Kontakt instruments a vintage rompler can produce.

Drum Loops > Stripped chiptune chuggers, noisey stress grooves and intense lo-fi workouts.

Melodic Loops > 30 x Iconic portamento leaps, point scoring sound FX and nostalgia inducing melodic lines.

Synth Loops > Melodic leads, wonky arps and bloopy sequences inspired by gameboy classic. Key and tempo labelled at 128 and 140bpm as standard.

Bass Loops > Rolling, noisey, arpeggiated and deeper bassline ideal for electro, glitch-hop or grime productions.

Songstarters > Full-track 8-bit bangers guaranteed to have Mario & friends running for the hills.

FX > 19 x noisey fallers and transylvania style risers.

Synth Shots > Multi-sampled chord and one-shot chiptune sounds expertly organised by key and sound type. Get creative with 60 multi-sample kontakt instruments guaranteed to inspire.

Drum Hits > Bloopy toms, sampled snares and gritty lo-fi hats. Comes with 3 custom kits and sampler formats for Kontakt, NN-XT, EXS24 and Ableton Drum Rack.

Download Contains:

  • 160 x 24-bit Wav loops.
  • 200 x 24-bit Wav chord shots and drum-hits.
  • 5 x Sampler formats for Kontakt, NN-XT, EXS24 and Ableton Drum Rack.
  • 60 x Kontakt Instruments.

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