Dom Kane – 60 Tech House Sounds For NI Massive
I have included a SoundCloud player so you can get a sample of some of the sounds in actions, as well as a video he put together with LoopTV.net showing you how he made one of the patches in the collection. It’s not too often you actually have someone take the time to walk-through how they made their sounds once they reach this level, so it’s definitely worth the time to watch.
Patchworx 16 – House Synths is a collection of Arpeggios, House Basses, Leads and Pads exclusively created by Dom Kane, one of the more active producers in the Tech House scene right now.
The name Dom Kane appears in studios and DJ sets all around the world. As producer, his tracks have appeared in the playlists of DJ’s such as Pete Tong, David Guetta, James Zabiela, Andi Durrant, Deadmau5, and many more. As a DJ, he’s been a resident at some of the worlds most legendary clubs including Space Ibiza and Ministry Of Sound in London.
As a sound-designer and engineer, the name Dom Kane appears in most electronic recording studios across the globe, having delivered work for Loopmasters, FXpansion (D-CAM & Geist), Deadmau5 and Steve Duda (Nerve/Xfer), Ohm Force (Ohmicide), and even factory content for the legendary analogue synth company Moog.
In detail producers should expect to find here a great selection of patches which are designed to complement Progressive, Tech and Mainroom House productions, but will of course work well for other styles also.
The 64 Massive Patches included in this pack are comprised of 2 Arpeggios, 34 Bass Presets, 24 House Lead Sounds, 4 Pads – plus 64 MIDI Files.
Learn more, hear the sounds and download the collection here!
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