Sample Pack - Liquid Drum & Bass Vocals by Sammie Hall
The brand new Liquid Drum & Bass Vocals Sample Pack by Samie Hall.
EST Studios are proud to present this outstanding collection of Liquid Drum & Bass vocals, expertly sung by rising star Sammie Hall. This pack is for anyone who wants beautiful harmonies and haunting vocal leads ready to drop into your productions.
Expertly recorded and processed using pro-quality equipment, including analogue hardware. These sounds are 100% royalty-free for use.
The pack contains five full songs broken down into clearly labelled sequences that include harmonies, hooks, and bridges as well as wet and dry versions of each song. In addition, you will also get a series of shorter sequences that can be mixed together, as well as a range of sung phrases and spoken lines.
Influenced by artists like Technimatic, Hybrid Minds, Monrroe, Calibre, LSB, and Spectrasoul. If you are a fan of Liquid Drum & Bass, this is not to be missed!
In detail, expect to find 976 MB of content, with all audio recorded at 24-bit 44.1kHz. There are 5 main song kits made up of 146 individual parts, 4 bite-sized song kits made up of 88 individual parts, and 228 spoken words and sung phrases.
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Please note: this pack contains vocals only, the other sounds you hear in the demo track are for illustration purposes.
Please note, when releasing any production featuring this collection for public release, please use the following protocol for crediting:
You may not say your production features the vocalist (as a collaborator, guest artist, co-writer, or other). If you wish to credit the vocalist on your production, please make it clear your production is using the "Liquid Drum & Bass Vocals Sample Collection" only.
Sample Pack Contents:
24-bit 44.1 kHz5
Song Kits (146 Individual Parts)
4 Bite-Sized Song Kits (88 Individual Parts)
Spoken Words & Sung Phrases (228 Parts)
Posted by Brenton Clerkin