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1. Mainroom Drums

mainroom drumsAfter opening up my DAW and listening to this sample pack I immediately felt club vibes.

The pack contains a selection of loops and one shots. The loops in particular are very groovy, and as someone who likes to cut up a lot of loops and use individual parts – I think I’ll find myself using this sample pack quite a lot.

For me, the kicks stood out the most in the included one shots. Most of the 14 kicks are very clean and punchy. The hi-hats are deep and would work great for techno/tech/minimal producers.

The snares are a great addition and thankfully there aren’t any over-used, regurgitated sounds that most sample packs seem to include.

Recommendation: if you’re looking for more modern EDM sounds, you probably won’t find them in here. In my opinion, this sample pack would be ideal for someone who has a techno influenced or classic club sound.

Rating: 7/10 – more experienced producers may find that this sample pack ‘lacks’ something. Either way there are great sounds which I’m sure will be beneficial.

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2. Deep House Tools

Deep House Tools

I’m no deep house producer by any standard, but I can tell you that I listen to a hell of a lot of deep house. I know what sounds good and what doesn’t, put it that way!

What attracted me about this sample pack was the size. When you’ve got a sample pack containing over 500MB of sounds, then you know there’s gonna be something in there that you can use. And I found that was certainly the case.

Deep House Tools contains mostly loops with some one-shots chucked in there also:

  • Basslines
  • Drum loops (full, and no kick)
  • Organ loops (these are great)
  • Percussion loops
  • SFX loops
  • Synth loops

A lot of these loops are GOOD. Really good. In fact I’d recommend this pack to any deep house producer… The drum & percussion loops are groovy, the synth loops are incredibly smooth, and the few organ loops are a great place to start for a basis of a new track.

The one-shots are very high-quality also, the claps really stood out for me, which is surprising considering it’s deep house (no offence to any deep house producers).

Recommendation: if you’re a deep house producer (or wanting to be one), you’ll like this. Trust me. I’m not even a deep house producer, and I love it.

Rating: 9/10 – it’s a little more on the expensive end, but well worth it.

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3. Drumstep Revolt

Drumstep Revolt

Finally we’ve got Drumstep Revolt, a bit of a ‘heavier’ one, you could say.

This pack contains 4 different sets of loops (bass, drums, synths, and FX) and a series of drum one-shots to compliment them.

I had a bit of a play around with the pre-made loops and I have to say that they sound very good in terms of sonics. The basslines are well designed, the SFX loops sound professional, and the one-shots are powerful, especially the snares.

I would have liked to see a few more fills, as I think that’s what a lot of producers are after at the moment, but other than that – this pack is a great for an aspiring drumstep/dubstep/drum & bass producer.

Recommendation: beginner and experienced producers alike will find this sample pack useful

Rating: 8/10 – could do with a few extra bits, but it’s a great product overall.

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