Element One proudly presents Tape Loop Experiments - an exploration into the world of experimental music & musique concrète, inspired by electronic music pioneers such as Delia Derbyshire, Pierre Schaeffer, Steve Reich, and Terry Riley, and their experiments using analogue tape.
With sounds crafted using analogue synthesisers, modified cassettes and recorders, piano, field recorders, and tape delays, this abstract pack is a must for any producer looking to inject some unique lo-fi magic into their productions, whether it be trap, hip hop, drum and bass, or techno.
Within Tape Loop Experiments, you’ll find:
Acid Textures: Dark acid synth sequences, recorded onto cassette and mixed with analogue tape delay.
Buchla Sequences: A mix of vintage Buchla synth sequences recorded hard to tape loops and degraded.
Cassette Noise: Lo-fi textures, perfect for adding a crushed and dreamy sound to your productions.
Glitches: A collection of broken digital sounds, great for ear-candy or sequencing abstract percussive grooves.
Noise Atmospheres: A collection of ambient spaces, processed on analogue tape to produce a textural lo-fi sound.
Reso Filters: A collection of sci-fi-inspired atmospheres and synth experiments, great for risers and background layers.
Strings: A collection of varied string textures, great for background layers or bringing a dissonant atmosphere to your productions.
Synth Textures: A diverse collection of lo-fi synthesiser textures, including pads, keys, and sequences, all recorded to tape.
Whispers: A usual collection of vocal whispers recorded to tape loops and processed heavily using analogue tape delay and compression.
All these sounds are downloadable in HD WAV at 44.1kHz and 24-bit. Tempo-labelled for your convenience. All samples are 100% royalty-free.
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