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Blind Audio – Architect – Trip Hop & Lofi

Blind Audio introduces Architect – Trip Hop & Lofi (Affiliate Link): Explore a tripped-out collection of loops and one-shots that focuses on more a unique, lofi approach to Trip Hop.

Architect was created in collaboration with lofi specialist Stefan Binkele and offers a fine selection of production ready sounds, primed and ready to drop into your latest projects. Binkele draws influence from the likes of Portishead, Billie Elish and Mac Miller, as well bringing a taste of traditional Latin American music to the format. Stefan has created a solid library of samples that transcends the boundaries of Trip Hop and allows you to look at the genre in an all new light.

Inside Architect – Trip Hop & Lofi (Affiliate Link) you’ll find 105 loops and 154 one-shots that include: soulful vocals, mellow keys, fuzzy guitars, crunchy drum breaks, and more. All sounds are professionally designed to create a distinct and unique lo-fi palette for you to use in your latest productions.

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Blind Audio – Architect – Trip Hop & Lofi Demo

All loops in Architect – Trip Hop & Lofi (Affiliate Link) are rendered at 90bpm and in the Key of B. Mix and match loops or use them in combination with your own sounds to create something brand new. Blind Audio brings you only the best sounds available. Pulling from a varied collection of sound sources including classic analog and digital synths, real-world instruments, and high-quality field recordings.

Blind Audio recognizes the importance of continuity when it comes to sound libraries and sample packs; That’s why each pack keeps to a consistent key and tempo throughout. Blind Audio wants to make sure that all sounds work well with each other. You won’t need to pitch or stretch them to make them fit. Likewise, all one-shot samples that have a detectable pitch are recorded at the note C for ease of use.

Architect – Trip Hop & Lofi is a perfect fit for any producer looking to expand their library with some unique Trip Hop sounds. Check out Blind Audio demos to get a taste for yourself.

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