Big City “Rave Dream” for Elektron Model Samples
It’s time to sound wild with “Rave Dream” for Elektron Model Samples. A casual chat with the team behind Isotonik Studios Circuit Patch store on other Synths that would be good to create packs for led to this, a new pack from our best selling artist Yves Big City. This time the Circuit has been left in its box and the Elektron Model: Samples has taken pride of place in the studio for this rave inspired pack of sounds!
After 30 years, the revival of the 90’s warehouse rave scene is here and will stay for a long time. For anyone who has lived in this amazing period, this sample pack will spark more than a sense of nostalgia. It will simply bring you back to times of the birthplace of the underground rave.
If you are into 90s Chord, Hoover and Acid Bass, soulful pads and epic voices this pack are for you. Isotonik Studios took our inspiration from some legendary artists such as The Prodigy, KLF, Underworld, Orbital and 808 State and many other underground legends. The incredible collection of classic rave sounds will bring the soul of The Hacienda in your Model Samples.
- 500 Megabytes of pure nostalgia
- 96 Preloaded Patterns (the first for an Elektron pack)
- 50 clean to dirty drum kits ( including also classic 909,808,707 drum machines )
- Huge library of fat oscillators in order to turn your Model Sample in a bass/lead synthesizer.
- One-shot samples sorted by type :
- 90s Chord
- Hoover and Acid Bass
- Piano / Organ
- SFX & Other loops
About Yves Big City
Stuck between nostalgia for the past and temptation of the future, Big City has been raised by the techno soul rhythm of the ’90s. As a result appears a mix of Disco New Wave, inspired by the rise and fall of industrial society. Always looking for the perfect disco pop beat, he combines two different worlds…featuring new wave and groovy sounds. His roots are, for the soul sounds, Detroit City and Detroit artists, from Iggy Pop to the Godfather of Techno, for the cold side, New Order / Joy Division are his main inspirations, Prince influence completes the funky pop side, and many more as inspiration can come from anywhere.