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Ghosthack Sounds Ultimate Midtempo Attack MULTiFORMAT-DISCOVER screenshot
DISCOVER | 07/September/2020 | 936MB

As they say, good things come to those who can wait. So here it is: Our "Ultimate Midtempo Attack"!

Pioneered by producers like REZZ, Gesaffelstein or Aglory, midtempo is quite arguably the hottest new shit out there. Defined through a shredded, thoroughly industrial sound design, dubstep-like bass signatures and tempos around 80-115bpm, in the last years the genre quickly became a guarantor for successfully bringing down even the most athletic crowd to its knees.

Not only due to an aggressively head-crushing sound but because the rhythm is just slow enough so you can move to every bass punch and kick with deep physicality but also fast enough to let you run out of breath sooner than you might thought.

To achieve this brooding and pressing atmosphere, we put together a full service package with 16 folders that are partly sorted in several further sections to give you a more comfortable view over everything you need.

From arps and bass loops to drum buildups and FX shots or dozens of razor-sharp synth assaults as well as an epic vocal arsenal, there is everything in here to create unique tracks of straight out industrial bass music.

Furthermore, we included construction kits and Serum presets to kick-start your studio work flow in the right direction, if needed. It's blood, sweat and tears of ecstasy with this package, so don't miss it, whether for the home studio or your next live set. People will love this stuff.

......:::::: Product Specifications ::::::......
Format: (.WAVs) & (.MIDIs) & (.Synth Presets)
• 003 x Construction Kits - (With 90 x Files)
• 193 x Individual (.WAVs) (.Loops) Files:
• 015 x (Arp Loops)
• 020 x (Bass Loops)
• 010 x (Build-Up Drums)
• 010 x (Drum Fills)
• 020 x (Full Drum Loops)
• 043 x (Drum Stems)
• 020 x (Synth Loops)
• 277 x Individual (.WAVs) (.One-Shots) Samples:
• 010 x (Atmospheres)
• 030 x (Bass Hits)
• 015 x (Claps)
• 025 x (Hi-Hats)
• 020 x (Kicks)
• 040 x (Percussions)
• 005 x (Rides)
• 020 x (Snares)
• 010 x (Impacts)
• 010 x (Risers)
• 012 x (Sub Bombs)
• 025 x (FX Shots)
• 020 x (Synth Hits)
• 035 x (Vocal Hits)
• 030 x (.Synth Presets) For (Xfer Records Serum)
• 056 x Individual (.MIDIs) Files
• 590 x Files In Total
• Key And Tempo-Labelled
• 44.1kHz/24-Bit High Quality
• Compatible With All DAWs
• PC & Mac Compatible
• 100% Royalty-Free

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  Resident 15.09.2011 4 2792
Demo is a complete flop for me. It's so flat and uninteresting because there's like 3dB of dynamics at the most in the whole track. When you're expecting impact of some kind it just keeps sounding flat. There's no "wow!" or "yeah!" moment, no excitement, just a flat sounding emotionless track. Hopefully it's just their stupid limited to death demo. If you want to create excitement and exciting tracks, then use the dynamic range to create it!

Examples: check some of the most popular The Prodigy or Nine Inch Nails songs. They both use dynamics extraordinarily well to create excitement and convey emotions.

If you go from a drone into a chorus with +3dB "impact", like in this track, you create no audio and emotional impact on a listener. Also, if there are no transients in your track, your speakers won't "breathe"... all they produce is a flat square wave most of the time. You can't feel the bass and kick hitting you without having any transients and dynamics in the song, whatever genre it is.

Oh, and thank you for all your Ghosthack sample banks, DISCOVER. I do like how they sound when I use them and create something on my own! I adore distortion and use a limiter on selected tracks, but I use the dynamic range as a tool to make people pay attention and say "yeah! This makes me want to move!"
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