DJ Mixtools Vol.24 Progressive Tech House Vol.1 WAV DVDR-DYNAMiCS

Team DYNAMiCS | Sep 2012 | 989.17 MB

‘DJ Mixtools 24: Progressive Tech House’ is the latest in the DJ Mixtools series from Loopmasters, bringing you a new concept for forward-thinking DJs and live artists. Imagine buying a track but then being able to separate that track into its key elements.

DJ Mixtools give you royalty-free access to remix, effect, chop and loop the parts in your own individual style to create an exciting and refreshing new mix.

‘DJ Mixtools 24: Progressive Tech House’ is a fresh collection of broken tracks which are inspired by artists such as Mark Knight, Deadmau5, D.Ramirez, Pryda, Daniel Portman and Dinka.

Loopmasters producer DJ Re-Zone, who is know internationally for his fantastic-sounding and technical productions has created a unique and exclusive collection of Progressive Tech House tracks which are broken down into progressive stems allowing you to mix, remix, loop and add that ultra-cool groove element to your set, or studio productions.

If you are a fan of labels like Toolroom, Anujna Deep, Spinnen’, CR2, Iboga, Baroque and Pinkstar then these tools are for you. Offering new and exciting possibilities for studio production and live performance, these tools give a DJ the ability to essentially remix live and raise the bar for tools a DJ has at his disposal to work a crowd.

Producers will also find these long evolving loops and bonus one-shots invaluable in their studios to create new tracks and form the basis for remixes and new music.

‘DJ Mixtools 24: Progressive Tech House’ includes 4 Fully Mixed tracks and 63 long evolving stems, plus 22 Bonus Sounds to complement the packs, all at 127 BPM in the Key of D Minor.

Each pack is created by some of the most respected producers in the scene, professionally mastered using state-of-the-art analogue EQ, compression and limiting. All DJ Mixtools are rpyalty-free meaning they can be legally released as part of a fresh production.

Other packs to follow include ‘Minimal Underground Techno’, ‘Swedish House’, ‘Tech House & Deep Minimal’, ‘Dubstep’, ‘Drum n Bas’s and ‘Trance’, with plenty more on the schedule.

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