PluginBoutique present Big Kick

BIG KICKPluginBoutique, Loopmasters’ music software sister site, release their first proprietary plugin, ‘Big Kick’. Created in collaboration with Credland Audio, Big Kick has been developed as a solution for producers to make effective kick drum design easy, enjoyable and also includes a set of features to enable quick results!

Key Features of the plugin include the following:

* Kick drum synthesis – can replicate the majority of today’s and yesterday’s kick sounds*

* Factory library includes 300 attack types and 110 presets*

* Tuned kick drums

* Easily integrates with your existing sample libraries

* Easier to use than any previous kick drum design tool

* Drag-and-drop sample creation

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PluginBoutique present Big Kick

BIG KICKPluginBoutique, Loopmasters’ music software sister site, release their first proprietary plugin, ‘Big Kick’. Created in collaboration with Credland Audio, Big Kick has been developed as a solution for producers to make effective kick drum design easy, enjoyable and also includes a set of features to enable quick results!

Key Features of the plugin include the following:

* Kick drum synthesis – can replicate the majority of today’s and yesterday’s kick sounds*

* Factory library includes 300 attack types and 110 presets*

* Tuned kick drums

* Easily integrates with your existing sample libraries

* Easier to use than any previous kick drum design tool

* Drag-and-drop sample creation

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George Acosta feat. Miss Palmer bring out „Don’t say it’s over“

George Acosta feat. Miss Palmer bring out "Don't say it's over"No studio slouch, legendary housemaster George Acosta is a man with an unbroken discography that stretches right the way back to the earliest days of Strictly Rhythm. Most recently his audio outings have seen the Man from Miami nail club hits on labels like Dim Mak, Black Hole others.

On ‘Don’t Say It’s Over’ he’s drawn on the powerful vocal effervescence of Miss Palmer to concoct something that floor-side is quite irresistible. With a breadth of max-latitude remixes (from Kim Fai, DJ Exodus, LJ MTX & Jason Risk Remix, Happy Enemies & Eran Hersh and others), this one’s got ‘summer festival’ carved into it!

George’s Original Mix of ‘Don’t Say It’s Over’ plays edgy, tensile sub-synths off against striking piano, ripping synths and all-round big drop temperament. Miss Palmer (whose previously voxed tracks from Afrojack, Steve Aoki and Laurent Wolf) adds her infectious vocals and as it reaches its FX-whipped climax, George hotwires its big room accelerating electro-house mainline.

Toolroom regular Kim Fai is but the first of ‘Don’t Say It’s Over’s wealth of remixers.

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George Acosta feat. Miss Palmer bring out „Don’t say it’s over“

George Acosta feat. Miss Palmer bring out "Don't say it's over"No studio slouch, legendary housemaster George Acosta is a man with an unbroken discography that stretches right the way back to the earliest days of Strictly Rhythm. Most recently his audio outings have seen the Man from Miami nail club hits on labels like Dim Mak, Black Hole others.

On ‘Don’t Say It’s Over’ he’s drawn on the powerful vocal effervescence of Miss Palmer to concoct something that floor-side is quite irresistible. With a breadth of max-latitude remixes (from Kim Fai, DJ Exodus, LJ MTX & Jason Risk Remix, Happy Enemies & Eran Hersh and others), this one’s got ‘summer festival’ carved into it!

George’s Original Mix of ‘Don’t Say It’s Over’ plays edgy, tensile sub-synths off against striking piano, ripping synths and all-round big drop temperament. Miss Palmer (whose previously voxed tracks from Afrojack, Steve Aoki and Laurent Wolf) adds her infectious vocals and as it reaches its FX-whipped climax, George hotwires its big room accelerating electro-house mainline.

Toolroom regular Kim Fai is but the first of ‘Don’t Say It’s Over’s wealth of remixers.

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Jordan Suckley presents Access

Jordan Suckley presents AccessThe atomic audio conjured out of Jordan Suckley’s north England studio has long been the cornerstone of both the Goodgreef guardian, and a litany of other decktitions’, sets. Having already released tracks on many an established label – Liquid, Subculture, Discover, Reset and Perfecto Fluoro among them - VANDIT had long been looking for the right Suckley release to sign. When the demo of ‘Access’ popped into the Berliners’ A&R inbox, they knew the search was over.

‘Access’ has all the marque sonics that go create another can’t-miss Jordan floor-flayer. Thumping drums, titan bass and long held string notes are all amplified by his expert sequencing and precision arrangement. Also included in his production lexicon, loud striking concussive percussion, floor-stimulating sub-riffs and a master-blasting tech-trance crescendo. Through it ‘Access’ doesn’t so much unlock the door to peak-time… as kick it wide open.

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Jordan Suckley presents Access

Jordan Suckley presents AccessThe atomic audio conjured out of Jordan Suckley’s north England studio has long been the cornerstone of both the Goodgreef guardian, and a litany of other decktitions’, sets. Having already released tracks on many an established label – Liquid, Subculture, Discover, Reset and Perfecto Fluoro among them - VANDIT had long been looking for the right Suckley release to sign. When the demo of ‘Access’ popped into the Berliners’ A&R inbox, they knew the search was over.

‘Access’ has all the marque sonics that go create another can’t-miss Jordan floor-flayer. Thumping drums, titan bass and long held string notes are all amplified by his expert sequencing and precision arrangement. Also included in his production lexicon, loud striking concussive percussion, floor-stimulating sub-riffs and a master-blasting tech-trance crescendo. Through it ‘Access’ doesn’t so much unlock the door to peak-time… as kick it wide open.

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