Pablo Decoder Presents – Deep Sounds of Berlin

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Published on February 21, 2013 with No Comments

Pablo Decoder returns for another inspiring collection of copyright-free loops and sounds, fresh from the Berlin Underground scene. This time Pablo has delved into the Deep Tech side of his productions, using tempos of 118 and 122 BPM to lay down warm, solid grooves that are sure to inspire Deep Tech Producers the world over.

The material included covers Deep and Minimal Techno Experimentation, Classic Drum Machine Beats, Inspirational Guitars, Atmospheric Pads, Dark FX, and Deep Chunky Basslines.

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Deep Sounds of Berlin weighs in at 593MB and includes 496 2-bit samples, with 307 Loops between 118 – 122 Bpm, plus 189 One-shot Sounds. You also get 85 ready-to-play patches for Reason NNXT, Halion, Kontakt, SFZ, or Kontakt compatible soft samplers. Apple Loops, Ableton Live and Reason Refill versions are also available to purchase separately.

In detail, the Deep Sounds Of Berlin pack from Loopmasters includes 30 Bass Loops, 149 Drum Loops, 39 Synth Loops, 26 Bass Hits, 92 One Shot Drum Samples, 28 FX plus 43 Synth Tones.

This pack was created by Pablo Decoder, Minimal Kidz Cult leader and Co Founder of Mil Manos NGO and was inspired by the music of labels including Ostgut Ton, Mobilee, Minus, Plus 8, Rushhour, and artists such as Stimming, Ivan Murco, Ben Klock, Soul Clap,  and Ripperton.

“Deeper Sounds Of Berlin is a collection of grooves and sounds that I have made in the last 2 years while experiencing this awesome city and I have them used them all myself for my own productions and live shows as Pablo Decoder and also my Deep Techy moniker Lili Et Klaus.” – Pablo Decoder

Check out the samples over at Loopmasters!

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