Techno Monkeys’ Invasion for D16 Group Lush-101
This soundbank is suitable for electronic music genres like Techno, House, also Hip Hop and various sub-genres where synthesizer noise is welcomed. Dubstep or Hardcore aficionados can find a few gut wrenching effects like semi-real robot transformation sounds or some space monkey babbles, you can hear most of them in demos below, some bass patches can turn into effects as you start to move a mod-wheel. This bank includes a bunch of refined bass sounds, also some drums to accompany it, there’s a few cleverly tweaked effects which compel you to try to push every key on your midi keyboard to hear what it does, also you get pads, leads, keys, kits. Some of them have semi-realistic qualities associated with orchestral strings or electric pianos, flutes, bass guitars, or something indescribable, some are timeless dance classics like supersaw leads or hard sync acid sequences, all sounds are highly mono compatible, most of them are 100% mono, what it means, is that you get what you hear, you will be able to easily fit a chosen sound into your mix without scrambling through the interface to tame the sound and your monstrous bass patches won’t suddenly disappear when it’s played back in mono.
All patches have thoughtful mod-wheel assignments, so that a user wouldn’t need to reach out for knobs on a plugin’s interface, some of assignments can completely transform a given sound. It’s highly advisable to abuse a mod-wheel while going through patches in this soundbank.
Sounds are cleverly programmed and considering lush’s appetite are not CPU intensive, no sacrifices were made concerning sound quality. Soundbank includes a pdf with an installation guide and a few tips on how to get the most use of this soundbank.
In total there are 162 presets, 124 of them are single layer presets in lush-101’s terminology known as“Timbres”.
- Bass – 54
- Drums – 20
- Fx – 10
- Keys – 35
- Kits – 4
- Leads – 15
- Pads – 22
- Seq – 2