5Pin Media & 24Surex – Eclectic Electronica

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Thursday, 17 September 2020
  • Time to read: 2 min.

5Pin Media & 24Surex – Eclectic Electronica

24Surex and 5Pin Media team up to bring you the captivating and beguiling collection that is Eclectic Electronica (Affiliate Link).

Ric, aka 24SuRex, is a professional musician/composer based in Milan who is equally skilled behind the drums as he is with synthesizers and a DAW. With his many years of experience playing live performances with small to big bands both in Italy and abroad, he has covered jazz, avant-garde jazz, post-rock, funk-hop and experimental electroacoustic music. He has also collaborated and performed as a sideman on many a recording. Over time he developed a love for both acoustic and synthetic sound that has led him to experiment with samples and synthesizers composing/producing pieces for local film directors.      

Followers of artists such as Fourtet, Bicep, Maribou State, Boards of Canada and Catching Flies will appreciate 24Surex’s eclectic tonal palette which is rich and complex but never crowded. Expect to find a few 3/4 time loops and 4/4 time loops at 6 bars long for some interesting cycles. You will also encounter scales such as Mixolydian, Phrygian, Locrian and Diminished along with the usual Harmonic Major and Minor scales.      

Eclectic Electronica clocks in at 2Gb with a total 409 loops available in ACID WAV and Apple formats accompanied by 235 One-shots, 300 Multi-samples, 23 Sampler Patches, 8 Drum Kits, 134 MIDI files and a Live 10 Project featuring 23 full Sampler based Instrument Racks and 8 Drum Racks. Please note that the 409 loops contain, in most cases, instances of WET and DRY loops and Deconstructed Drum Loops for added versatility. Please see the detailed specs below for the number of Unique files for each element.   

Professionally produced loops and one-shots combined with the flexibility of MIDI enables you to take your productions in the right direction. 

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