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What initially started as a house guitar sample pack turned into a vast spread of content that embodies 50 construction kits served up as multi-content loops that display multiple flavours of deep house music with elements of tropical, melodic, and progressive vibes. The resulting sounds harmoniously balance all influences into this single package.
The long awaited successor of Melodic Techno 1 is here - and it delivers again: explore the fattest and most complex Melodic Techno Sounds on the market, designed by the dreamteam Manuel Schleis and Andy Hinz. 156 presets full of inspiring wobbles, punchy basslines, polyrhytmic arps, voices, atmospheres, vintage analog sounds, monstrous growls, cleverly designed randomizations, well balanced drumkits, masterfully composed melodies and 18 new arpeggio patterns. You want to have the advanced sounds, the big Melodic Techno artists use? Then this is the perfect toolbox for you - also for Trance, EDM, Deephouse and all other kinds of melodic stuff. You dont want to miss this one!
Here are the good summer vibes for you: Tropical House 2 is here! Sound designer Mirko Ruta did it again and created 129 wonderful plucks, arps, basslines, leads pads, drums and even vocals, all bundled in a big expansion pack for your VPS Avenger. Of course this expansion can also be used for deep house, chart pop, hiphop and all kind of EDM and trance. The flute-like leads and mallet-pluck sounds are one of a kind. Enjoy this beautifully crafted expansion and always remember: the next summer will come!
The concert piano - the most versatile and most breathtaking instrument ever made, used in almost any musical genre and decade. Now you have some of the best concert grands at your fingertips in your VPS Avenger! Manuel Schleis puts months of work into this expansion pack, elaborate recordings, laborious multisampling and processing of thousands of samples for up to 23 different velocity zones. You can even setup the string resonances, hammer noises or pedals with the macro buttons. Explore two vastly sampled Steinway grands and a Yamaha concert grand as well as many bonus content like deep cinematic, house and ambient stuff -all done with pianos, a Fender Rhodes MKII54 or even a real harpsichord. Strongly recommended is a 88key masterkeyboard and sustain pedal to get the full experience.
This is the XP all House producers waited for: Funky House 2 is here and it has the groove! Manuel Schleis and Andy Hinz teamed up for this huge expansion to pay tribute to their favourite House decade: the early 00s, with awesome artists like Freemasons, Juniorjack or labels like Hed Kandi. Among the 133 complex Avenger presets you will find everything you love: E-basslines, with those fancy slides, 70s vinyl filtered hooks, pianos & strings, brass, multiloop-guitars, 33 complete funky drumkits, granular loops from S&H, effects, bells and over 90 well composed new ARP presets using many seventh chords and other typical intervalls of Disco, French, Filtered, 70s and Funky House. Even in current pop music the funk elements returned, so get this XP now to bring a bit of DISCO to all of your productions!
Finally its time: The new Tech House vol. 1 for Avenger is here! Enjoy 136 of the deepest and coolest techy sounds you will ever encounter. Genre specialist Andy Hinz impressively shows, that Avenger is a true Techno-Machine. Explore smooth & tight drumkits, ultra low sub basses, cool vocal chops, vintage analog arps & sequences, underground stabs & chords, dirty leads & pads, driving effects and inspiring Loops - all you need for really techy & groovy house music. Especially the drumkits are a true gamechanger. Everything is ready to use, well mixed and crafted so you can focus on the arrangement. This XP is everything but ordinary!
Your goal is a high ranking smash hit in the charts? Well here we go: the new "Melodic EDM" Expansion Pack for VPS Avenger offers you tons of modern epic EDM stuff for incredible pop songs, radio hiphop or trap, party dance, future bass or chilling house - or in other words: This expansion has everything you need to create songs which are being played on modern radio stations, with focus on vocals and melody. Like tracks of: Avicii, Garrix, Guetta or Swedish House Mafia etc.
These courses cover a range of styles within the genre. Tech house, deep house, funky house, tribal and progressive house, as well as more modern EDM styles. Browse Producertech's library of online production tutorials, courses and masterclasses.
Jena, Germany's Freude-am-Tanzen began modestly in 1998 and reached liftoff four years later, when Wighnomy Brothers -- the label's flagship producers -- hit their stride and became buy-on-sight, with red carpets eventually rolled out by Luciano, Triple R, Michael Mayer, Adam Beyer, Jeremy P. Caulfield, Dominik Eulberg, Superpitcher, Tobi Neumann, and Richie Hawtin. (That list only accounts for some of the DJs who included Wighnomy-related tracks on officially released mixes.) The Wighnomys' Gabor Schablitzki (aka Robag Wruhme) and Sören Bodner developed a style of pared-down house that pairs the rigidities of straightforward Germanic techno with abstractly funky effects and samples learned, and then contorted, from hip-hop. Rest assured, though, that they are far away from the land of funky breaks. While not as juicy as the average Perlon track, the Wighnomy sound tends to be just as playful, albeit in a fashion that can be menacing and unsettling without reaching the grayscale shades and pitch-black torrents favored by the likes of Lawrence and Anders Ilar. Once the Wighnomys raised their flag, the Freude-am-Tanzen roster began to accumulate releases by likeminded producers and producers who temporarily adopted a sound closer to that of their hosts. Hemmann & Kaden's "Vaganza" has a steady four-four foundation that's practically subliminal, covered with restlessly clattering and phasing percussion, and its title seems like a fitting term for the downcast synth-goo that streaks across its seven minutes. DJ Koze's characteristically offbeat "Lighta Spuba" is the most desiccated track, but it's also one of the highlights, with each ingredient of its nervous skip reduced to slivers. Soulphiction's "Black Woman," with its righteous pro-black poetry over the top, handclaps floating in and out, abbreviated synth-bass riffing, electric piano licks, and relaxed gait, is an effectively thinned-out Moodymann rip. For a laugh, check Koze's odd ambient chop-up of Shirley Murdock's "As We Lay" (!), which fittingly closes out the sequence. Consisting entirely of tracks that appeared previously on vinyl, this track-in-whole disc is an excellent way to be introduced to one of Germany's best -- if not most prolific -- dance labels. It could've stretched out to a second disc without tailing off in quality, so there's plenty more for beginners to seek out and delight in. Koze's "Madame Zinfandl," Wighnomy Brothers' "Freiekksemplar," and Onur Özer's "Doppelgänger" are just three of the tracks that thrill as thoroughly as anything contained here.
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