Evolver: Distinctive Electronica
513 (609 MB) original, royalty-free WAV files.
Evolution: a process of formation and growth; a pattern formed by a series of movements. In music, it describes the process of creative reinvention, which is why we've titled this library Evolver: Distinctive Electronica. From nomadic techno excursions and house music bangers to glitch guitar serenades and crunk ruminations, Evolver opens wormholes to electronica's storied past and gives fresh clues to lead you into its possible futures. Souled-out six-strings wail, 808s bounce, synthesizers attack from all angles, and bass bubbles up from the underworld in these ten explosive construction kits. Additional folders of perfectly edited and ACIDized one-shots, processed rhythms, and roaming pads provide you with even more firepower to light up your DAW. Eclectic eccentrics 3kStatic are joined here by a host of guest musicians, including Kevin Max (DC Talk), David Manion (Kansas), and Robert Bond (Liberty Horses). As an added bonus, Evolver features a companion audio CD with song versions of each royalty-free construction kit.
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Evolver Rocks! Out of all the electronic loop collections Sony creative software has to offer this is my absolute favorite collection. If your in to the electronic music scene I think you love this collection. It will definitely give all your electronic music projects a jump start in the right direction. There are ten folders containing over 480 MB of beats, basses, trippy guitars, synths, and pads. There is also a bonus folder around 120 MB filled with noise atmospheres, rhythmic loops, one shots and synth notes. I have the actual hard copy which came with a bonus album by the artist of the loop collection which is pretty good as well. The album I would give about 3.5 stars but there are a couple of songs I would definitely give 5 stars all the way. The album has 11 tracks. Tracks seven eight and nine are my favorites. A lot of the samples are from the album. So if you like electronic music I think the 600 MB of samples with a free album is an excellent investment for your music projects. You might want to contact Sony to see if the album is included if you download it? March 25, 2012
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