Laniakea Sounds – Chillwave (WAV, SPiRE)

By | June 24, 2018


Publisher : Laniakea Sounds
Website : ProducerLoops
Format : WAV, SPiRE 1.1.12+
Quality : 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo

Description : Laniakea Sounds – Chillwave is a collection of cooling rhythms and vintage synthesizers created for the producers of the genres Synthwave, Vaporwave and Indie Dance. This package is 100% royalty free, so you can freely use it in your studio.
“Laniakea Sounds – Chillwave” was released by Michal Ostafin and includes 182 MB of content with loops, single samples and presets for the synthesizer. This sample package comes in 90-100 BPM tempo and has an ideal selection of slow-tempo drums, vintage basses, lush synthesizers and some 8-bit vocal effects.

• Format: WAVs / Synthesizer VSTi SoundBank
• 032 x Music Loops:
• 010 x (Bass Loops)
• 022 x (Synth Loops)
• 020 x Full Drum Loops
• 023 x Top Drum Loops
• 009 x Vocals:
• 004 x Vocals – (Dry)
• 005 x Vocals – (Wet)
• 012 x FX:
• 007 x (FX)
• 005 x (Static Noises)
• 036 x (One-Shots) Samples:
• 007 x (Kicks)
• 022 x (Percussions)
• 007 x (Snares)
• 020 x VSTi Presets For (Reveal Sound Spire)
• Key And Tempo-Labeled
• 44.1kHz 24-Bit High Quality
• Compatible With All DAWs
• PC & Mac Compatible
• 100% Royalty-Free
Method 1 :
Copy the bank file to C: Users NAME AppData Roaming RevealSound Banks and then select the bank of interest in the tool menu -> select bank
Method 2 :
In the tool itself: menu -> import bank (specify in the window where the bank file is located) and then menu -> select bank choose the bank of interest

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