Proxima Grime – Serum Presets by Loopmasters
Patchworx 131 comes in the form of dirty and phat Grime sounds for Xfer’s Serum soft synth, designed by industry heavyweight Proxima! This selection includes heavy basses, twisted synths, dark pads, colourful FX and much more, all meticulously crafted through the scientific sound design mindset developed over many years by Proxima. You’ll ensure your next beats are rough, rugged and tough using these sounds.
Proxima has been involved in music most of his life. His first endeavours as a producer in Drum and Bass quickly got attention, leading to releases on labels such as Shogun Limited, Play:Musik, and Verse’s Crunch. He’s also had Dubstep tracks signed by the mighty Tempa and received massive support from DJ Youngsta.
Proxima’s ‘techier’ tunes have gained a lot of support as well. This has led to releases on renowned labels such as Blackout Music and Neodigital. The latter, run by pioneers Phace and Misanthrop, recently released Proxima’s “Ruff Scuff” EP, a four tracker that made it into the top 5 of the Beatport charts. Proxima continues to show what he can bring to the table, raising the bar with every release. He will be hitting hard, and he’ll be hitting swift: he’s always one to watch.
This boosted Patchworx pack comes complete with not only 64 custom Serum presets, but 64 unique MIDI files and 64 Wav rendered versions – fusing the patches with associated MIDI files for instant audio inspiration and manipulation. You’ll have the rave calling for the reload with the heavy-duty sounds included in this selection of grime presets.
In detail, expect to find 124 MB of content, with all audio recorded at 24bit 44.1 kHz. There are 64 Xfer Serum Presets broken down as 11 Bass Presets, 11 FX Preset, 11 Lead Presets, 10 Synth Presets, 9 Impact Presets, 6 Pad Presets and 6 Riser Presets. Also included are 64 MIDI Files and 67 Wav Loops (Preset + MIDI).
The Patchworx series are brought to you by Loopmasters and are a creative resource for producers who are looking to produce and perform their own musical parts, using genre specific sounds which have been designed by experts in their genre.