Twiddly.Bits Modular Madness

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Modular Madness

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Product Description

  • 300+ unique, royalty-free MIDI loops!
  • Synthesizer loops and phrases in construction set format
  • Mix and match and create endless new beats in seconds
  • SMF format with standard GM mapping (see below for additional formats
  • Instant download: start working in 2 minutes!
  • Categories and Loops
    30 x 16 tracks of individual loops

    Modular synth loops and FX in a MIDI setting: an essential collection for any dance or ambient music producer.

    In the 1970s and 80s music produced by instruments like the EMS Synthi 100 or the ARP 2600 was defined by the instruments' limitations - lack of polyphony, or the lack of it, random pitches, mechanical rhythms. While an ARP or an EMS sample is fun to have in your library, it's not easy to produce ARP or EMS music unless you re-create the sort of technological environment in which these pioneering synthesizers existed.

    Modular Madness is a collection of parts such as modular synthesizers used to produce. Here you will find all manner of arpeggios, runs, effects, slides, squeaks, even MIDI TB303 lines that, put bluntly, you would never find yourself playing on a modern MIDI keyboard in a million years.

    Use this collection as a starting-off point for a more customized composition, or build an entire track around a single pattern using the power of remix.

    SMF Type 1 file format. Guaranteed to work with all DAWs and hardware sequencers that can load/import .MIDs: Cubase (all versions, including LE and Sequel), GarageBand, Pro Tools, Logic, Acid, Reason, Ableton Live, FL Studio, Live, and Cakewalk (all version), and with all VSTs or synth sound sources.

    Available Formats

    The file/mapping formats that come with this download include:

  • SMF [.mid]
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