Computer Music

Soundware round-up

Sample Tools by CR2

SolardoVolume1 £25

As Solardo’s Mark Foster admitted to us last issue, some of the starter packs – that is the samples you need to produce large song parts – on this collection are so good, he very nearly didn’t include them. And he was right, but there’s more to go with them in the form of 100 drum loops, some great ravey synth loops (he also promised) and lots of groups of 10 individual elements. We’d like more – and it looks like we’re going to get them (this is but vol.1) – but the price is good and another tenner gets you “an exclusive music production stream” with the band (or just watch our Masterclass!).


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